The Near-Sighted Monkey

The ordinary is extraordinary…

Above, conduit and abandoned office furniture from a now-gone library find new ways of being at the hands of Hans Gottsacker, a MFA candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

He asks: What do we learn about the function of something ordinary when we remove its functionality?

See more on his tumblr page http://hansgottsacker.com/

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    As an electrician I don’t know if I should be impressed with these runs or hate everything about it from a code...
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    I thought this was an entry from “There. I fixed it.”
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    I like the concept. interesting
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