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Unusual Shopping Bag

Today I got handed this by one of my peers on my course. I thought it was very unusual but also very appealing towards the work that I am currently creating.

The inside of the bag had markings that were outlines of objects, one piled on top of the other. It made me think of Michael Craig-Martin's work in particular, with its simple outlines that resembled objects.

Whats even more interesting in that the 'contents' that have been displayed on the interior of the bag don't resemble realistic objects. They are merely shapes. This removes the 'identity' of the object as to how an object is represented. It becomes uneasy to pinpoint what the object may be.


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