Tag: hinged polyptych
Correspondence art: and a scrap/accordion book to document it 1) Proust’s madeleines 2) Honkers 3) pictures of the pink/purple seal (designed with feedback from mail art #1) 4) bees 5) luggage tags 6) a book to document the project Opiate of the Masses the triptych about seductive things (with a […]
One of this semester’s experiments was to create two different types of frames for the same polyptych. One is an altered piece of secondhand luggage that opens up to expose a triptych. The other is closer to the hinged polyptychs I’ve been making for the past year. Today I’ll present the paintings in their wooden […]
The component pieces look like nothing more than croutons. When hinged together, each cluster of similarly sized wood cubes looks like this. I’m trying to decide which size is best. I thought the novelty of the smallest cubes would be preferable, but the two largest sizes are more satisfying for adult hands to hold.