Clothespin Installation Martin Huberman

Concentrating on other uses of everyday objects, Argentina-based Normal Studio creates colorful sculptures using hundreds of clothespins that have been dipped in paint. Originally planned as a one-off installation, the “Tender Project” explores the use of humble objects to create interesting forms.

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“Tender is an installation born from a research based on the concept of “ready made” or “found art” explains Martin Huberman from Normal Studio in a Yatzer.com interview, “By placing a large number of clothespins on a tight mesh, the weight of the clothespins generates, on its own, a complex surface known as a Hyperbolic Paraboloid, a geometric shape of sensual simplicity,”

Courtesy of Martin Huberman

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