1.29. Colour?

At this point, I got quite lucky – my mum found some spare tape at work, which was perfectly white, opaque, masking tape. This was ideal because it looks a lot less tacky than normal masking tape, yet was still extremely easy to work with.

This seemed ideal to work with, yet the white colour still did not contrast with the white and grey colours of the art studio very well, which in theory would ruin the effect. Therefore, at this point, I decided to paint a large black rectangle in the studio (on two walls), and then create the sculpture in white tape inside the black space.



Published by William Fowler

Hello! I'm studying Art and English Literature at the University of Reading, and I'm currently working with art films to investigate philosophical ideas of the 'real.' As always, my aim is to create pieces of art that are more than the sum of their parts.

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