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A.Rotch "in process" exposition "oxygène"

A.Rotch "in process" exposition "oxygène"

Barbara Bartlett - sculpture made of wooden rods, tea sacks, beeswax and red thread

Barbara Bartlett - sculpture made of wooden rods, tea sacks, beeswax and red thread

Quand la Fondation Ecureuil met l'eau à la bouche... - YouTube

Quand la Fondation Ecureuil met l'eau à la bouche... - YouTube

Armén Rotch museum. Armén Rotch’s huge tea bag collages are formed using bags that have been left to steep for different amounts of time – a process that builds layers of tonal variation within the installation pieces. It is no longer just a question of the tea that we drink, that we taste and that we smell, but of intimately organized spaces that balance each other, of colors formed by and for the other senses.

Armén Rotch museum. Armén Rotch’s huge tea bag collages are formed using bags that have been left to steep for different amounts of time – a process that builds layers of tonal variation within the installation pieces. It is no longer just a question of the tea that we drink, that we taste and that we smell, but of intimately organized spaces that balance each other, of colors formed by and for the other senses.

Teabag Kimono.  Megan is an art teacher in Durban, South Africa, and is also studying for an art degree. She made this kimono from tea-bags. She persuaded a tea company to sell her some bulk teabags, about 9000 of them!

Teabag Kimono. Megan is an art teacher in Durban, South Africa, and is also studying for an art degree. She made this kimono from tea-bags. She persuaded a tea company to sell her some bulk teabags, about 9000 of them!

Installation 2015

Installation 2015

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