CARCASS: ROXY PAINE’S FAST FOOD KITCHEN CARVED ENTIRELY FROM WOOD

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My first encounter with Roxy Paine’s work was his exhibition of  ‘Control Room’ – I was awed then and it just keeps getting better. What you’re looking at is a full scale replica of a commercial fast food kitchen.  I’ll be indulgent and call it an androgynous one at that – no logos, no colors, no distinctions of any kind. A tasty little parallel to what is or isn’t artificial in this environment and the one it mimics.

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Carcass, 2013
birch, maple wood, glass, fluorescent
13′ 7″ x 20′ 1/2″ x 13′ 13/16″ (H x W x D)

Kavi Gupta Chicago | Berlin
photos by: Joseph Rynkiewicz

BANKSY BRINGS #16 IN HIS SERIES TO THE BRONX

BANKSY BRINGS #16 IN HIS SERIES TO THE BRONX BANKSY BRINGS #16 IN HIS SERIES TO THE BRONX

 

Bansky’s newest work is a fiberglass replica of Ronald McDonald having his shoes shined by a real live boy standing in the South Bronx. According to the BANKSNY SITE, the sculpture, Shoe Shine will move outside a different McDonalds everyday at lunchtime for the next week.

According to the Gothamist the sculpture is near 839 Westchester Avenue. – ALSO CHECK THEM OUT FOR UPDATED IN AND BRAND NEW PICS.

Don’t forget to listen to the audio guide for the piece here.

Missed the #1-#15?

pic/Banksyny website