Artist Constructs ‘Real-Life Tetris’
Swedish artist Michael Johansson turns others’ trash into treasure for his installations.
Dubbed ‘Real-Life Tetris’, he uses discarded objects found at junk markets and methodologically packs them together such that they fit snugly—to construct 2D-looking sculptures, that are liken to “mixed collections of history” peculiar to hoarders.
[via Michael Johansson]
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