Assemblage - Sculpture: Jeremy Mayer at TEDxGoldenGatePark (2D)

Published on Nov 29, 2012

Oakland, CA sculptor Jeremy Mayer makes assemblages of human figures from an unlikely source: typewriters. Typewriters, once a vital tool in the office and at home worldwide, are now destined either to sit on the collector's shelf or doomed to be recycled, or worse. Jeremy disassembles them completely and then reassembles them into the forms by which, he says, the inventors of the typewriter were inspired- our own bodies.
http://jeremymayer.com/

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