Bronze edition AP* 1/1 (main edition: 2)
Height 80 cm

The boxer in movement. Pure energy in sculptural forms. This bronze sculpture is an archetypal reminder of the physical and mental battle we encounter in life. The will of the world.

* The AP (Artist’s Proof) of a bronze work is a personal – usually more refined – working model of the artist, used as a base to produce the larger edition.

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<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>The figure of the boxer in movement. The turning energy realized as form is what this exhibition really stood for. I have entitled this piece &quot;Battle&quot;. An archetypal reminder of the physical and mental battle we encounter in life. The will of the world. <a href=””></a></p>&mdash; Fen de Villiers (@FendeVilliers) <a href=””>October 25, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src=”” charset=”utf-8″></script>

Sculpture in process: wax model

Fen de Villiers Battle sculpture in wax ©AlainSix

© Alain Six 2018


This work was featured in Fen de Villiers’ 2018 exhibition ‘Monumentality’.

Monumentality happens in the mind. Actual size is of minor importance. In our imagination something very small can possess an enormous grandeur. What matters is that every monument embodies an element we want to keep alive. A story we want to remember forever. Fen de Villiers seeks to display universal strength in his work. His sculptures form mental touchstones around aspects of society he feels should be monumentalised. He stresses the necessity for these elements to be contemplated and gazed upon, a process he calls ‘aesthetic consumption’. The sculptor guides our imagination through the work. He invites us not only to consider the setting and motivations of the figures, but also the places and historical events they dwelled within. Fen translates archetypal subjects into powerful or even heroic images, although always wishes that the viewer can find his own interpretation. (Monumentality by Fen de Villiers publication, 2018)

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