In the event that you had to summarize an all-encompassing theme to explain Maskull Lasserre’s artistic practice, the word could possibly be tension. From the balance of death and life to the forces of peace and war, stress is explored by the Canadian artist. Case in point, his newest piece titled Schrodinger’s Wood carved in the trunk of an ash tree that depends on the tree’s internal core to serve as a tangled mass of rope in the process of fraying in the weight of itself. The function seems to reveal a kindred spirit to his piano artwork, Inconceivable Worlds. You are able to see more on his website.