Disintegration Detail

This post got a bit .. . um . .. fractured.
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the related photo.

photo copyright Judith Thibaut


Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

when do we get to see the entire piece? it's certainly intriguing thus far!

Ingrid Mida said...

This reminds me of a sculpture class I once took. The assignment was to do a process-oriented sculpture piece. I was supposed to start with an object, do six processes to that object and then present the result. I could not do it and got into a huge argument with the teacher. She said I could not let go of my attachment to the object (which was a piece of clothing). I told her that I thought the whole thing was ridiculous because it was the antithesis of my artistic process. I see an end product in my mind and then figure out how to make that thing. I just couldn't do it....
Kudos to you for having such patience.