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Lygia Clark, Matchbox Structures, (1964) Painted and glued matchboxes

Lygia Clark, Matchbox Structures, (1964) Painted and glued matchboxes

LYGIA CLARK http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/lygia-clark/ #installation #monochrome #painting

LYGIA CLARK http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/lygia-clark/ #installation #monochrome #painting

LYGIA CLARK http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/lygia-clark/ #installation #monochrome #painting

LYGIA CLARK http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/lygia-clark/ #installation #monochrome #painting

Matchbox Origami pioneer Fred Rohm devised a matchbox from a 3x1 rectangle. This model uses the same mechanism, yet it is formed from a square. Forcing the old structure onto a new shape (a square) resulted in some interesting folding procedures. sakuraorigami.com

Matchbox Origami pioneer Fred Rohm devised a matchbox from a 3x1 rectangle. This model uses the same mechanism, yet it is formed from a square. Forcing the old structure onto a new shape (a square) resulted in some interesting folding procedures. sakuraorigami.com

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