Tim David Trillsam

Tim David Trillsam, a German sculptor who transitioned from classical sculpture education to a creative identity at renowned art academies an extraordinary exploration of human experience. In his mostly bronze standing figures, asensual dimension manifests, transcending the earthly. Central characteristic of his sculptures lies in distinctive portrayal of oversized hands and feet. The monumental body parts are not intrusive but delicately heightened and emphasized, often alienated from their usual function, yet demonstrating their indispensability. This consciously intense depiction, an expression of emphasizing certain aspects of human existence – whether the power of hands as tools of creation and shaping or the fundamental connection of feet to the earth as a symbol of rootedness.

  • Section: Sculpture
  • Venue: Palazzo Bembo
  • Based in: Eybach, Germany
  • Links: Website, Instagram

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