andy vogt and the architectural understudy


^via^ (update: another view here)

I’m really taken with Andy Vogt‘s wooden sculptures that seem to lay bare the skeleton of a structure, expanding it from the walls and windows like an architectural dissection extraordinaire.


It puts me in the mind of images like this (a detail from Rembrandt’s “Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulip 1632”)


2 Responses to “andy vogt and the architectural understudy”

  1. thanks for the posting and the connection to the painting-
    here’s a link to a white wall shot of the same piece

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