Multiple Solution Puzzle, 1965. (via Museum of Contemporary Photography) - “contains 24 separate interchangeable pieces, each a silver gelatin print affixed to a wooden base and coated in plastic, and all in the shape an equilateral triangle with 3-inch sides…”
The interiors of this home by i29 architects exude a sensation of sobriety and comfort in a completely controlled open space. A common feature is that these spaces are stripped down to their most fundamental features with an abundance of natural light and a scarcity of elements in the room.
Headland by Dexter Dymoke: “It is interesting to think of the manipulation of materials as mischievous. Play is outside authority – it is anarchic and I use it in this spirit. The child, who is almost in all respects helpless, is completely autonomous in the arena of play. He or she cannot explain how it happens – in this sense the activity is free and oblivious. Play, and perhaps art making, is where you innocently do what you want”.