woensdag 31 maart 2010

Michael Zelehoski




Michael Zelehoski’s process begins by mining local locations for source materials that include scrap wood and furniture from buildings, houses and factories. Through the process of taking apart and rebuilding the physical objects, he brings the forgotten back to life in a new format, as a (re)constructed subject of the two dimensional artwork. Background spaces are filled in with carefully fitted pieces of wood, creating a solid two-dimensional plane in which the object is trapped in a parody of its former perspective.
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