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      ‘Yellow Pages’      A series of works that explore the familiarity of the book, it’s colour, structure and format. The smaller pieces morph the book and object. The large sculptures stack and cut hundreds of directories like strata. Exposing the books structure and page layout, through all the works the self-colour and ‘particle’ surface exposed from the cut book and type layout dematerialise the objects into little bits of colour and text generating both the familiar and the new.
       
     
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      ‘Yellow Pages’      A series of works that explore the familiarity of the book, it’s colour, structure and format. The smaller pieces morph the book and object. The large sculptures stack and cut hundreds of directories like strata. Exposing the books structure and page layout, through all the works the self-colour and ‘particle’ surface exposed from the cut book and type layout dematerialise the objects into little bits of colour and text generating both the familiar and the new.
       
     

‘Yellow Pages’

 A series of works that explore the familiarity of the book, it’s colour, structure and format. The smaller pieces morph the book and object. The large sculptures stack and cut hundreds of directories like strata. Exposing the books structure and page layout, through all the works the self-colour and ‘particle’ surface exposed from the cut book and type layout dematerialise the objects into little bits of colour and text generating both the familiar and the new.

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