Culture is a very wide term. For this series of special WWP events I have interpreted this with regards to its contemporary meaning.
From the very beginning of humankind we have transformed things into tools. Some of the very first known Stone Age tools were mere flintstones that were sculptured into handaxes.
The art of sculpturing, which transforms some raw materials into different things, is an important part of human culture. Nowadays, this may not always be done looking for daily use tools but just for aesthetic purposes.
In this pano I have captured the sculptor Alberto Meseguer working at his studio. He is a young local artist who transforms iron, wood and plaster cast to create his pieces. This pano was complemented with some 360º video footage of the moment that can also be seen at http://www.zakato.com/?p=4142.