Custos  wooden chairs  3.5FT x 2.5FT x 2FT   * I consider my practice to represent an alternate understanding of domain environments.  Through selective modification, I intend on provoking a dual experience of familiarity and unease. 

Custos

wooden chairs

3.5FT x 2.5FT x 2FT

* I consider my practice to represent an alternate understanding of domain environments.  Through selective modification, I intend on provoking a dual experience of familiarity and unease. 

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     Reciprocator    wooden chairs, brass pipes, paint    3FT x 4FT x 2FT    *   I am interested in maintaining selected areas of an object that reference the past or reveal traces of habitual use; however, stripped from its history and structural support, a piece of furniture is broken down into the context of forms. 

Reciprocator

wooden chairs, brass pipes, paint

3FT x 4FT x 2FT

* I am interested in maintaining selected areas of an object that reference the past or reveal traces of habitual use; however, stripped from its history and structural support, a piece of furniture is broken down into the context of forms. 

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 Custos  wooden chairs  3.5FT x 2.5FT x 2FT   * I consider my practice to represent an alternate understanding of domain environments.  Through selective modification, I intend on provoking a dual experience of familiarity and unease. 
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Custos

wooden chairs

3.5FT x 2.5FT x 2FT

* I consider my practice to represent an alternate understanding of domain environments.  Through selective modification, I intend on provoking a dual experience of familiarity and unease. 

Reciprocator

wooden chairs, brass pipes, paint

3FT x 4FT x 2FT

* I am interested in maintaining selected areas of an object that reference the past or reveal traces of habitual use; however, stripped from its history and structural support, a piece of furniture is broken down into the context of forms. 

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