Manolo-Litho (Cedar and plywood construction with enamel, 164cm x 43cm x 24.5cm, Dirk Marwig 2015)
*My art always 'seems' to look like comic or cartoonish versions of ideas that I carry with me all the time. I often ask myself the question if what I do is the work of an imbecile or the opposite. Just think about the concept: an old weather-beaten part of a big cedar tree put on top of a few plywood rectangles... How simple can it/that be? -How come nobody has ever done this before? -too simple,maybe?- I don't know. This object shows what I meant in the last sentence! The bottom plywood pieces are 19 "Golden Rectangles", the size/ratio relating to the height and width of the cedar block....
I photographed this piece on my work patio today- great summer!
Photo of "Manolo-Litho" a little larger: