Spore 92

By Flavia Lovatelli



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Nature-inspired, this little seeded spore is intended to represent a plant spore. Spore 92 is made with quilled recycled New Yorker Magazine paper, using only the black and white images for this spore and filling it with salvaged salvaged copper b.b. gun pellets. I start by creating a paper-mache shell onto which I glue the rolled up paper shapes and take time to puzzle my pieces into place.

Paper (Recycled magazine paper assemblage sculpture)

4 x 4 x 5 inches

About the artist

Flavia is a Columbia, SC based artist, her work is created with strips of recycled paper collected from magazines, flyers and papers found in her daily life. She is intrigued with the colors and textures in everyday printed matter. Coiling is a very tedious and time-consuming process, it takes countless hours to roll enough strips of magazine pages into coils to create anything of substance. It is an intuitive and ongoing visual experiment....Read MoreRead Less
Media: Paper
Category: Home/Decor

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