Soft sculpture  

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Soft sculpture is a type of sculpture made using cloth, foam rubber, plastic, paper, fibres and similar material that are supple and nonrigid.

They can also be made out of natural materials if combined to make a nonrigid object.

Soft sculpture is very popular in Japan with artists like Yayoi Kusama boosting the heritages of this new and innovative medium for interior designers.

The technique was popularised in the 1960s by artists such as Claes Oldenburg and Yayoi Kusama. The following is a list of selected artists who have worked with soft sculpture:




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