Artworks made of steel are characterised by their simple elegance. Due to the special properties of steel, the material can be used and shaped in many different ways by artists.

Until the 1950s, the so-called cast steel was still brought into its final form through shaping, such as forging and stretching.

Today, cast steel has gained acceptance, but no precise definition can be derived, as there are always new technical compounds, making standardisation impossible.

The term steel refers to metallic compounds that consist mainly of iron and are processed by shaping.

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