3D Collage is a work that you can adjust in various ways by sliding parts of it around, rotating and twisting parts to tell your a different story.
Unlike my previous works, this one is very organic in nature, neither geometric nor pre-planned.
The shapes came about intuitively as I cut them from outdoor wood composite.
There are ten sliding carriages that slide on precision sliding systems components from Igus Corporation.
When the ten carriages were done I then took them apart and painting each piece, again, without a plan, by intuition. I used a set of paints from DecoArt.
I then assembled the parts and found out what sort of sculpture I had created – for the first time.
I had intended to include some found objects and other materials so I added brass and plastic pins here and there.
The video below will give you some idea of the ways the work can be altered and a look at its first installation location.