Art: Steel-Age Sculptor

Forms in motion demonstrate the depths of space, and dramatize it in myriad ways. For example, a galloping horse imparts one kind of life to the loop of a mile-long track, and a man making the same circuit in a wheelchair gives it quite another. Even a static sculptured figure can dramatize space somewhat, as by seeming to point or to run. But can sculpture ever convey the sense of rapid, elaborate motion through space that almost every child of the steel age daily experiences? "Yes," says Norbert Kricke of Duesseldorf, and his does....

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