SUPER MEAT DISCO GRID

Untitled (New World Order)

Posted in Untitled (New World Order Repeated) by Super on June 15, 2020

 

New World Order 1

Untitled (New World Order). Silicone (in reality). 2020

Super Crushed /

Posted in Super crushed by Super on June 14, 2020

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Super crushed. (Based on 60s Italian architecture group Superstudio, A Continuous Monument 1969).

Mirror Perspex, Silicone and clothing. Dimension variable. 2020

Super Glory Hole

Posted in Super Glory Hole by Super on June 8, 2020

Super Hole 1

Glory hole. Superstudio. Perspex and wood. Dimensions variable, 2020. Based on 1960s Italian architectural group The Continuous Monument, 1969

Super Hole 11

Glory hole. Superstudio. Perspex and wood. Dimensions variable, 2020. Based on 1960s Italian architectural group The Continuous Monument, 1969

Super Hole 8

Glory hole. Superstudio. Perspex and wood. Dimensions variable, 2020. Based on 1960s Italian architectural group The Continuous Monument, 1969

Why Bother

Posted in Why Bother by Super on April 23, 2017

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Why Bother. (Woman’s Nike Sky Dunk Hi Essential). Jelutong wood, mirror perspex, yellow paint. 2017

How to Avoid Modernism – Ulises Carrión

Posted in How to Avoid odernism -Ulises Carrión by Super on December 3, 2012

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How to Avoid Modernism – Ulises Carrión

Pencil on Graph paper. 2012

Ulises Carrión is credited with being one of the first artists to write a general theory about artists’ books. His influential essay, ‘The New Art of Making Books,’ written in 1975, analyzes the traditional form of books in the context its tactile, visual, and intellectual merits. Carrión’s work with visual and concrete poetry expanded the use of the book as a medium for artistic expression that uses the page as an alternative gallery space.

The above information is taken from the following website:

http://www.library.vcu.edu/jbc/speccoll/davidetcarrion.html