With his mighty life slice, which was created at the sculpture symposium, Peter Brauchle takes up his intensive examination of the material stone and has thus raised a lifeline into three dimensions. The abstract sculpture made from a monolithic sandstone has as its theme both human life with all its fractures and the life of stone. The stone, which has been cut several times, differs significantly from sharpened surfaces and makes the sculpture appear soft. The sculpture is based on the shape of an ellipse, from which Peter Brauchte removed a segment and put it back under the large shape in four sections. In doing so, he challenged the statics of the stone without straining it.
With the unfortunate situation in the world currently doesn't permit free movement of individuals, it also makes the movement of sculptures more difficult, as their creators cannot be present when the sculptures are set up. As a result, more and more events, exhibitions and festivals are postponed or cancelled entirely. Through this challenge, we wish to overcome the current limitations and enable the artists to enter already installed sculptures into our Sculpture Line exhibition, so that even more people can see and enjoy them.