Architectural sculpture made with100% recycled plexiglas

The sculpture is called Stripped Opacity Construction Playground and is a network of modular structures prepared in sections from 100% recycled 1/8 inch plexiglas salvaged from various frame shops. Each section can be broken down and rearranged many times over, much like building blocks made for children. The surfaces of the acrylic retain scratches and other debris that work to reflect color and light. Other materials include handmade miniature bricks, miniature trash, miniature houses, saw dust, clay dust, thread, paper cones, and other found objects. Farther reading about the sculpture can be found here:


Submitted by: Alyssa Dennis !

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