Visual Arts


by Joakim Lloyd Raboff

In a remote part of southern Sweden, famous for its many diabase rock quarries, 900-1500 million year old rock boulders are harvested for sculptors at a nearby artist colony. The rocks are harvested using a cleaving process achieved with minute, but well-placed pockets of gunpowder. Raboff documented the results in this short video

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