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Old 08-21-2011, 04:18 AM
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Re: FRAGMENTS EXHIBITION

Thanks Rika and Mack for your comments.

I really like the clean walls as it gives the idea that this is purely a sculpture exhibition, it is unusual to see and creates a "museum" like quality that I think enhances the work.

I am at a loss as to what else I would put on the walls. The preliminary drawings for this series of sculpture are very small and really not nice enough to show so that doesn't work, I guess that I could put up some of the "How to make a Fragments Sculpture" that you can find on my Facebook page here:
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...42872459081319

Would this be appropriate or distract from the show?
Any comments?

The idea of different height pedestals is interesting, there are 2 different heights being used at the moment.

The plynths are actually a large part of the exhibition set up as they come apart for shipping, (also I encourage the client to take them with the sculpture as they are very stable, they hold the weight well and they keep the sculpture at the proper height).
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I will be interested in your comments
Thanks for tuning in... Blake Fragments Exhibition Singapore
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