Doris Salcedo, Massive Public Art Installation

Doris Salcedo takes ordinary objects and uses their embodied histories, (d)evolved forms and sheer quantities to impress upon people the weight of time and meaning inherent in everyday items. She has a fondness for domestic and commonplace materials – from textiles to wood furniture – that show wear and tear over time.1600 Stacked Chairs = Massive Public Art Installation | Designs & Ideas on Dornob. Read More….

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