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Michael Jantzen’s The House As A Metaphor

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 11, 2013 01:01 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Jan 10, 2013

You might remember artist Michael Jantzen from previous posts on 2Modern, like We Like What They Do: Michael Jantzen, Michael Jantzen’s Interactive Segmented Tables and Michael Jantzen’s Stair Scape Bridge. Well this new post chronicles his recent series of conceptual art sculptures known as “The House As A Metaphor.” In the artist’s — Continue reading …




 

 

You might remember artist Michael Jantzen from previous posts on 2Modern, like We Like What They Do: Michael Jantzen, Michael Jantzen’s Interactive Segmented Tables and Michael Jantzen’s Stair Scape Bridge. Well this new post chronicles his recent series of conceptual art sculptures known as “The House As A Metaphor.”

In the artist’s own words: “The House As A Metaphor, is a series of conceptual-art sculptures that incorporate a simple symbolic shape of a house in each of the pieces. In some cases the title of the piece is very directly related to its finale form, and in others, the title and the form are more abstractly connected. In every case, the intention was to play with the image of the house, and have some fun with it.” More here.


 

 

 
 
 

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