sarah sze installations
sarah sze installations
jun 23, 2008

sarah sze installations

sarah sze installations

sarah sze’s work is a mixture of all things ordinary, her work was on display in a recent exhibition held at
maison hermès store tokyo. everyday objects were placed in a particular order to form the installation,
some spread across the floor others in piles.the objects ranged from matches, cord, sponges to boxes,
desk lamps and measuring tape. whichever way you look at it her work can be seen as an organized mess.
sarah sze’s work focusses on objects as a mass and not as individual products, she chooses her objects
based on color, form and light. being from an architectural background space is also a key feature of her

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sarah sze installations

sarah sze installations

sarah sze installations

  • i am so seriously impressed with her work.. i really mean it..
    i sometimes find myself at home doing a little celan up and they you get in the zone and create some little masterpiece with all the little findings in the area.. so fun! seeing this on a large and through scale is just amazing!
    i am definitally going to go check out her work and she will most definitally stay on my radar of artists to look for….

    organized mess.. ha.. how many people does this reach out to?? i think she would love my desk! says:

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