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Three Found Models

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“Space is invisible. It has no form. To understand space, the surfaces that define it must be liberated from their meaning, symbolism and materiality. This requires a process of abstraction, drawing out the essential qualities of everyday spaces and representing them as ‘spatial readymades.’ Hesselbrand’s three found models are a manual for how to read space.” Excerpt from Three Found Models

The publication accompanies London-based architects Hesselbrand’s exhibition of the same name at the Revue Gallery, which features three large-scale works.

Three Found Models has been executed by Hesselbrand in collaboration with the REAL foundation and OK-RM, and includes photography by Max Creasy