Like many of today’s contemporary artists, Italian artist Teo Pirisi (aka Moneyless) chooses to work in public spaces and abandoned areas, as well as the usual traditional places. Recently, while participating in the Linear Empires at White Walls Gallery, Moneyless constructed several uncommissioned 3D geometric installations in the great outdoors of San Francisco and Oakland.
Moneyless’ angular sculptures, constructed from yarn and string, consist of straight clean lines arranged in spatially organized webs that appear to be floating in mid air. His ability to use the natural environment to support his suspended rope sculptures and turn it into a work of art is amazing.
See more of Moneyless’ work on his Flickr stream.
*Photos courtesy of Unurth