This artist created a 3D human face from 2000 suspended metal stars

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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British artist  has recently completed his latest installation, named ‘For all time’.

 

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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Commissioned by , the installation is made up of 2000 hand-folded metal stars.

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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The artist took inspiration from the many references to stars in Shakespeare’s writings.

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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The 2000 stainless steel stars are suspended from the ceiling to form a 3m tall (over 9 feet tall), three-dimensional human face.

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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Surrounding the face are more metal stars, which loosely reflect the position of the constellations on Shakespeare’s birthday.

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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The installation sits in the newly-restored Swan Wing, the oldest part of the RSC’s theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon.

'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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'For all time', an installation by Steven Follen

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