'Everyone wants to smell it': a seedy university art project finds order in chaos
In our series on artworks in Australian homes, Anna Mathilda shows us the project she made as a student years ago - and has recently unearthedGet our weekend culture and lifestyle emailNearly two decades ago, Anna Mathilda painstakingly stuck hundreds of seed samples and spices to framing offcuts for a university project. For years it was packed away, its decorative morsels becoming fodder for hungry mice. But recent rental security has given Mathilda a chance to revisit the 32-panel "specimen chest", beginning some much needed repairs and putting it back on display.During her final year as a fine arts major, Mathilda was musing on the aesthetics of bean seeds. Before long, she says, she was "raiding the pantry", finding a new visual appreciation for the intricacies of common ingredients. She spent hours with tweezers and a glue stick arranging them in patterns. Continue reading...
Celý článek: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2022/dec/10/everyone-wants-to-smell-it-a-seedy-university-art-project-finds-order-in-chaos
Zdroj: The Guardian
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