Blindsighted: the curious carvings of Nate Page.


So Nate Page is carving down magazines, leaving eyes marooned like unmoored islands floating over mesas, canyons, flood-worn arroyos, page after page layered like geological cutaways, like the snow between stations, like the whirl of page after page of imagery, click-through, static age. It’s simple but I like it. Or do I mean it’s simple AND I like it?

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  1. Anonymous said:

    While this is admittedly coming from my own subjective perspective (slash obsession) with the layering that is inherent in so many 3D fabrication strategies, in which solid geometries are built up from layer upon layer of flat stock or sheets of powder, I find myself enchanted by the tension between the flat image and the undulating form.

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