Adaptive Sculpture

Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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Adaptive Sculpture
Adaptive Sculpture
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My Adaptive Sculptures are a homage to Franz West: Tate Modern - "From 1973, West began to work on a group of sculptures made of papier mâché and plaster in various shapes and sizes. Many incorporated everyday objects such as paint brushes or even a radio. Viewers could handle them in any way they chose. People’s interaction with them was both playful and awkward.

West’s Adaptives became a significant component of the history of sculpture and performance. Friends and other artists were photographed and filmed using them, sometimes to classical music or jazz compositions by Franz Kogelmann. West incorporated many of these images in his collages and posters."

I have photographed my friends and visitors interacting with my 'Adaptives'

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