A sculptor, Romain Langlois studied medical books and anatomical charts to know the human body, creating his first sculptures using only plaster and clay. Trying a more durable material, Langlois turned to bronze, a metal he now combines into works that are caused by nature rather than man. His pieces visually pull apart the natural objects that surround us—construction work that seems as bisected rocks, boulders, and tree trunks. These sculptures exhibit glistening bronze extruding from their insides, unleashing the observed inner energy of each object.
The artist is based in La Côte Martin, France. You check out more of his sculptures on Artists or his website.