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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
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Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
Zoom Info
Crash by Dirk Skreber
Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.
"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]
Zoom Info

Crash by Dirk Skreber

Purchasing both cars as a regular client, Dirk Skreber then used a vehicle testing facility in Ohio to choreograph high speed crashes which resulted in breath taking sculptural works of art.

"If you pass an accident and see a car like this, it’s occupied by tragic thoughts for the people that would be involved, and you might see blood. This work gives you an opportunity to see the things like in a dream. It’s clean and polished and abstract."

Artists: | Wiki | Saatchi | Petzel | [via: Collater.al]

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