CeraCons (Ceramic Constructables) - 2019

Michelangelo's David and Pietà
Ceramic Constructables to make /copy sculptures -
(work made at Sundmorning@EKWC and made possible with a grant from Stokroos)

Ceramic Constructables
for the copying and making of ceramic sculptures

CeraCons consists of following elements:
  • Stackables for a stable vertical base. They have black markings on the sides.
  • Connectables for connecting the various elements. They have yellow markings.
  • Sculptables for outlining the sculpture. They have following color markings: Red, Blue, Green, Purple and Orange. The proposed meaning of the different colors is: Red for female figures, Blue for male figures, Green for animals and plants, Purple for non-organic parts of the sculpture and Orange to indicate an object that is attached to or held by a person or animal.
  • Attributables for additional explanation if desired. They are white tiles with text

Constructables with no color marking are used for supporting parts of the sculpture or can be used as a reserve.
Michelangelo's Pietà
Michelangelo's Pietà - Detail
Michelangelo's Pietà - Detail
Michelangelo's David

Michelangelo's David - Detail

Michelangelo's David - Detail

Michelangelo's David - Detail

This set of nearly 2000 CeraCons can be used to alternately make 10 different famous sculptures. Each with an height of 150 cm. These famous sculptures are:

  • The equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius (665 CeraCons)
  • Michelangelo's Pietà (646 CeraCons)
  • Rodin's The thinker (358 CeraCons)
  • Copenhagen's The little mermaid (450 CeraCons)
  • Nike of Samothraki (244 CeraCons)
  • Milo's Venus (143 CeraCons)
  • Michelangelo's David (169 CeraCons)
  • Discobolus (361 CeraCons)
  • Three Graces (462 CeraCons)
  • Statue of liberty (206 CeraCons)

    Plus an infinite number of other sculptures, like a bust or just fantasy shapes.