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cookie cutter project (2005)


cookie cutter project (2005) explores the elements of the everyday - the walls that constantly surround us, and the everyday activities (such as walking, or sitting) that consumes a significant part of collective experience.


Exhibition is re-installed and changes every day of the exhibit. As metal cookie cutters in shapes of people doing every day activities, move around the gallery walls, growing number of holes in the wall expose fibre glass and studs behind the drywall. Multiplying positive drywall cut-outs are playfully juxtaposed throughout the space, either following or breaking suggestive architectural lines of the space. There are 19 different shapes in the entire installation. The work is re-installed everyday with more holes, attempts to puncture the walls, more positives in different lay-outs.

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