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assemblage, Tall Red Agam Totem Pole Computer Part Sculpture

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Tall Red Agam Totem Pole, 2018Wooden Assemblage combining imagery and computer parts5 ft x 1 f x 2"A bold combination of abstract shapes, color and patterns make a statement on the beauty of technology. Red, blue, yellow, black and white imagery of Kinetic artist, Yacov Agam interacts with disassembled and surplus computer parts.An array of dynamic parts are arranged vertically. The intriguing multitude of details and idiosyncratic designs of parts made to serve a specific purpose are appreciated in their own right pose areParts include: (from top to bottom) plastic fan cases frame a blue wired stator, surrounded by white led rectangles; A large prismatic circle called a wafer, is how the insides of integrated circuits appear before being cut a part. Black plastic from the iconic IMac G4.Red circuit board, black fan, with copper motor revealed at the center. White metal ceiling grid plays opitally with woven color pattern below. Two clear plastic from a IMac mirror each other above a fabulous aluminum shape, layered over a large red circuit board. Metal triangles with intricate lace-like cut outs ground the arrangement.White wooden frame, with wire for hanging on back. Can be hung vertically or horizontally.THIS PIECE IS CURRENTLY ON LOAD TO WeWork, Central Square Cambridge MA until.....November 6, 2019. But if you like it, a similar one can be made to order. This piece is intended to be in a set of three.- Pictures do not convey the presence of these pieces. - one of a kind- signed and dated-Dimensions: 5' x 1 ' x 2" Weight: 2 lbIf you like it, let me know! Fave my shop!!Custom orders of theme, color scheme & size are welcome.My work is made of materials that become available to me. They are limited quantities and are always changing. If you see something you like, don't wait they may sell out and most likely never be made again. Finding beauty in unexpected places- I am inspired by the variety of shapes, colors, materials, textures and patterns found inside outdated technology. I combine these three dimensional forms with altered imagery in sculptural collage I call Hacker Creations. Working out of The Artisan's Asylum in Somerville, MA since 2012.Visit www.hackercreations.com to see more of my work.Check out a wonderful video by Sara Pagiaro on my about page.If you like it, let me know! Fave my shop!!, abstract

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