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    From Rochelle Fenstein’s “The Estate of Rochelle F,” in which she recycles content from her studio:

    “The Estate of Rochelle F. began during the economic downturn of 2009, when Feinstein surveyed her studio’s assets, counting among these older stretchers, unfinished paintings, unused art supplies, and an assortment of other resources. Feinstein ventured to optimize these assets’ value by recombining the materials into a new body of work. In making The Estate, Feinstein 1) would not spend any additional money on this work, 2) would use any and all supplies as “assets,” and 3) would use maximal material and minimal gesture.”



    From Marianne Viero and Laurenz Brunner's "Out of Order," which "researches patterns" found in the Gerrit Rietveld library collection, Amsterdam: 53 sun-bleached library books.

    Thanks to Word Object and Planetary Folklore, respectively.

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