The Indian Sculpture and Art Company has made and installed many prestigious sculptures around the world. We make world class artwork such as statues, sculptures, relief, mural and customized artwork. We use of sculpture making and specialized techniques in statue and other artwork forms. In our foundry we regularly make statues, relief artwork, mural artwork and a variety of sculptures such as live gods and animal sculptures made from various materials such as resin. We have expanded to work with installation.
Our work first began through a number of projects which involved manufacturing and installing wax sculptures in India. Since then, our Curator, Artist, Mentor and Creative entrepreneur Mr. Vasudev Goud and Mr. Harendra Goud have been expanding under CMD Mr. Babu Lal Goud, and be involved in a lot of prestigious projects around the world.

“People were no longer limited to talking about their phobias, manias, feelings and desires, but could now touch them, manipulate and operate them with their own hands.”

Synopsis

Surrealist sculpture rose from a desire to concretize what lies beneath. In the 1920s, the Surrealism movement began as artists and writers began to delve deeper underneath everyday, literal existence to mine the sandbox of the unconscious mind. It was a revolutionary impetus and philosophical drive first, its members craved to pierce the veil between reality and our more primitive desires, fantasies, taboos and the unconscious ephemera that nevertheless affects real life. They accomplished this by creating visual works across a massive spectrum of art, film, music, literature and philosophy. Surrealist sculpture evolved this process further by making manifest three dimensional objects conjured from those primal, subconscious spaces, bringing them to physical form where the underlying power and mystical presence of the imagination could no longer be denied.

Key Ideas

  • Surrealist sculpture perfectly enhanced Surrealism‘s radical provocations by forcing people to encounter physical objects that represented taboo or repressed issues floating just beneath our common surfaces. Rather than simply viewing a painting that might express one artist’s buried madness or embarrassing fantasy, viewers were now invited to interact with the unreal made real, and touch a fantastical embodiment of repressed desire.
  • Two major veins of work defined surrealist sculpture: the “biomorph” and the “objet trouvé” – giving two-sided insight into the way the imagination works when attempting to materialize the pure unconscious. In the former, we find abstracted shapes and forms created through organic, emotional association. In the latter, we find compositions of random items chosen intuitively without strategy or predetermination. Both represent the non-strategic, automatic processes of Surrealism.
  • Surrealism had a major impact on modern art and continues to be seen globally across creative fields including film, literature, graphic design, fashion, and visionary art. This is a testament to the freedom unleashed by Surrealism’s initial mission whereby artists and writers may convey their own uniquely individual thoughts, feelings and innermost drives through creative means. It loosened the field of possibilities and promised perpetual fodder to mine.