The Creator's Project: Duchamp Serves As Inspiration For MoMA Design Stores' Large Sculptures

By Adam Skobodzinski


…another guiding principle was to make the sculptures from materials that wouldn’t intimidate people who might want to have a go at creating something similar themselves. So paper, cardboard, wood, and plexiglass became key materials. As Labour explains: “Our hope is that we can nudge people towards building their own projects by exposing how we made ours work, while keeping the magic of their movements intact.” Read more here.



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