The three works of art made of CNC-milled aluminum blocks were shaped and anodized according to Marco Ganz's specifications. The artist's technically and technologically sophisticated way of working suits the company from Nidwalden: Here, aluminum is also designed weightlessly on request.
"I was completely fascinated by colored anodised surfaces twenty years ago," confesses artist Marco Ganz. CNC-milled aluminum reliefs now open up new possibilities for him to shape the material and vividly depict the iridescent surface.The artist regularly works with industrial companies and sees further creative potential with colored anodized aluminum: "It would excite me to create much larger, heavier and formally more complex reliefs in the future," says Marco Ganz, seeing such sculptures as delightful contrasts to architecture.
For over 20 years Marco Ganz has been primarily engaged in the development of mostly coloured sculptures. They are first created by drawing and hand, then often using the latest materials and specially developed manufacturing techniques: compression-cut and flocked foam objects, ultra-light wall sculptures made of carbon fiber laminate, CNC-milled aluminum sculptures - or a nine-meter-high high-tech wooden sculpture.