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  • 1. Erwin WurmOne Minute Sculptures
  • 2. Erwin Wurm• Since the late 1990s he is working on his on-going One Minute Sculpture series in which he or others pose with everyday objects, often within an art space.• Erwin Wurm’s One Minute Sculptures have inspired people all around the world to take on the challenge of coming up with a work of art in a minute or less. The goal is to create a sculpture in less than a minute using every day materials at hand and sometimes even including your own body into the sculpture. The sculptures take a varying amount of craft and attention to detail, requiring you to plan well and be efficient in the execution of the work.Wurm is also credited for inspiring the video Can’t Stop of Red Hot Chili Peppers which got +32.000.000 views on YouTube.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfOdWSiyWoc
  • 3. Erwin Wurm Task• To create at least 3 one minute sculptures with your own body and an everyday objects.• Document this process with photographs and notes in your sketchbook.• Look at images for examples of one minute sculptures
  • 4. Erwin WurmOne Minute Sculptures
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  • 6. Erwin Wurm Task• To create at least 3 one minute sculptures with your own body and an everyday objects.• Document this process with photographs and notes in your sketchbook.• Look at images for examples of one minute sculptures