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Lyndsi Schuesler

MFA 2018

Relational Objects #1

Wool felt, acrylic, 2017, 11"w x 14"h x 11"d

My current work focuses on the use of wool felt to explore interaction and dependency. Acrylic and felt embody visual contrast, share a material history and question new and old technology. With the Relational Objects series, I set up materaial pairings that are physically reliant on each other. I use acrylic to hold up felt, or vice versa, and in some cases use felt as a joint to hold acrylic pieces together. This work uses materials as characters that represent opposing forces, including individual and community, self and other, bodily and external, fixed and flexible.

Lyndsi Schuesler

 - Relational Objects #1

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