Microbotic sculptures by Christopher Conte
For 16 years Christopher Conte has been working in the prosthetics field making artificial limbs for amputees before becoming a full time artist. His sculptures portray a strong love for bio-mechanics, anatomy and robotics.
Christopher was born in Bergen, Norway but was raised in New York where he currently dwells. Since 2008 he has been a full time artist, using vast range of material and construction techniques to create his master pieces.The materials used in sculptures are the combination of original cast components which are either recycled or extracted, ranging from bronze to carbon fiber. The material used in aerospace industry and medical field have also been used in his creations making them all the more complicated and advanced.
Christopher’s Sculptures have a strong connection with future technologies and innovations. His sculptures can take weeks or even months to create and involve the use of ancient techniques such as lost-wax bronze casting.
These Sculptures are absolutely amazing to have around you. To check out more of Chris work click here.