MF Exhibitions

Edward Mayer

March 10 - April 20, 1985
Thousands of pieces of wood lath are stacked to make architectural and organic forms. High towers, overturned boats, large urns, and walls become almost transparent because of the spaces between the criss-crossed wood. Each piece of lath has been deliberately placed atop another, sometimes parallel, sometimes at an angle. Engineered with neither nails nor glue, the forms stand by strength of balance and gravity.
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