CHARLES GOLDMAN

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Drywalls

2002

drywall, paper and ink

paper 24" X 30", drywall 4' x 8' x 1/2"

On the paper there are two grey rectangles, vertical and side by side. They represent two sides of one piece of drywall. They are drawn on. The pencil lines represent the cuts. The lines are translated to an actual piece of drywall -- the dotted lines are scored and solid lines are cut through. Once the appropriate cuts and folds are made the drywall remains where it is. If it is moved, it is destroyed.

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