These compasses by Olafur Eliasson are an exploration of spatial elements, composed of copper wire that are then bent in to different shapes to resemble navigational instruments.
Using mainly primary colours on ceramic oval forms Japanese artist and sculptor Jun Kaneko has been able to create appealing artworks that still look contemporary today.
Australian artist Richard Whitley uses a concept of ‘abstract negative space’ in his medium of glass sculpture, making space itself it’s own form and allowing us to see “nothing” in a solid material.
Linked to architecture and construction, Esther Stasse has used her education at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy to create ceramic sculpture based on a complex formation of shapes.
Norwegian artist Stein Rønning, whose work is split between sculpture and photography, combines three-dimensional and two-dimensional for a commentary on space and our perception of it.
Often using metal, wood or a mixture of the two, Brazilian artist Ascanio MMM is able to experiment with different angles and volumes to create unique sculptural geometric formations.