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Tiger´s Gate | Public Sculptures by Nils Hansen | Sculpture & New Media Art
Tiger´s Gate | Public Sculptures by Nils Hansen | Sculpture & New Media Art
Tiger´s Gate | Public Sculptures by Nils Hansen | Sculpture & New Media Art

Tiger´s Gate - Public Sculptures

Featured In Bhubaneswar, India

Twenty-one artists from 14 countries were invited to this special event in Bhubaneswar in India,
The aim was to create sculptures from waste and scrap metals that will be permanently displayed at the museum that has the theme — reduce, reuse and recycle. It focuses at creating awareness among people on environment, climate change and other environmental issues.

The Symposium is an initiative of youth organisation Artists Network Promoting Indian Culture (ANPIC) and Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA).

The sculpture "Tiger´s Gate" is paying homage to an animal which is threatened in its existence. Welded together by scrap iron - the waste of humans - the tiger is a symbol of resilience, power and elegance and is embodied in this installation.
450 * 200 * 140 cm / Iron waste

Item Tiger´s Gate
As seen in Bhubaneswar, Bhubaneswar, India
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Nils Hansen | Sculpture & New Media Art
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Nils Hansen is a visual artist and sculptor. His work ranges from time-based digital pieces to elaborate visuals and monumental sculptures, comprising and developing classical subjects in a manifold way. The artist blurs the lines between illusion and existence using traditional and digital creation techniques. Though many of his works spark the desire to obtain and possess them, they are often skillful, nonphysical creations of a fantasy, much as others that seem to be confined to digital space are in reality massive physical creations in stone or metal.



Presently Nils works in the research and development department of Daimler.