Krupa’s inculcation in continuing thematics of nature, body and their consonants are willfully presented in Lost Body. His sculptures lay a plot excavation of sedimentary bodily imprints exhumed from a test pit of self-archaeology.
Painted in full scale, the agency of flight mechanics of propellers and fan blades offer exacting drafts of centripetal geometry and functional form: sleek and gentle, soft studies with hard-edged contrivance.
Idaean hands are central figures of a series of dioramic vignettes of natural environs. The human form slinks from its own predecessor, moving landward, head turned back in predication of its former self, proffering mobility.
images courtesy of the gallery