Work


FAKTURA: A

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Modified IKEA products (steel, laminated MDF, polypropylene, nylon, hardware), transducers, amplifiers, MP3 players, 2-channel audio composition.
2015

Vladimir Tatlin, Counter-Courner Relief 1914-15 - Iron, copper, wood, cables. Dimensions unknown, no longer extant.

FAKTURA: B

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Modified IKEA products (steel, galvanized steel, laminated MDF, wood, LEDs, electronics, hardware), programmed microcontroller.
2015

Vladimir Tatlin, Counter-Courner Relief 1915 Aluminum, tin, wood, oil paint, wire Dimensions unknown, no longer extant

Construction A

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Modified IKEA products (wood, steel, hardware, light bulb, electric cord), live plant.
75” H x 62” W x 15” D
2012

Third Exhibition of OBMOKhU(Society of Young Artists), Moscow, 1921

Construction B

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Modified IKEA products (aluminum, steel, MDF, wood, hardware, tape measure, string), electric motor, programmed Arduino micro-controller, electronics
79" x 18" x 40"
2012

Third Exhibition of OBMOKhU (Society of Young Artists), Moscow, 1921

Video

Construction C

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Modified IKEA products (steel, MDF, cable, hardware, string), dichroic glass.
68" H x 18" W x 40" D
2012

Third Exhibition of OBMOKhU(Society of Young Artists), Moscow, 1921

Construction D

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Modified IKEA products (laminated MDF, aluminum, nylon rope, fabric, hardware), steel, acrylic plastic.
78” H x 18” W x 36” D
2012

Third Exhibition of OBMOKhU(Society of Young Artists), Moscow, 1921

The Common Citizenship of Forms

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Project Overview

Installation at S.R. Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago IL
June 2 - July 31 2011

Seven large-scale architectural models built with altered IKEA products. The models and their arrangement are based on seven buildings at the Michael Reese Hospital campus designed between 1945 - 1958 by Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus. Beginning in 2009, the City of Chicago has demolished each building represented in this project.

Catalog available

Michael Reese Hospital Campus, Chicago (Demolished 2010)
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