found objects II

In modern art, the term “found object” (a translation of the French phrase “objet trouvĂ©”) is used to describe an object, found by an artist, which – with minimal modification – is then presented as a work of art. The idea is, that the artist believes that the discovered object possesses a certain aesthetic quality – stemming from its appearance, social or personal history – and therefore displays it for the appreciation of others.
Since last time i developed the two booklets . One for the trip in Transylvania and one for Dungeness.
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doll-chair
sample from the transylvania booklet
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mpez-shell
samples from the Dungeness
next step:
– draw various maps with different analysis on each one
– printing the maps for the model map
– experiment on metal sheets to discover how the weather conditions affect the metal structure.

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