source : https://www.artsy.net/artwork/john-wood-and-paul-harrison-jigsaw-100-pieces
Puzzles sur carton, cadre
Puzzles on cardboard, frame
50 x 42 cm – 2007
Private collection – Guignes/France
source : http://www.pierrefouche.net
source : http://www.pavelc.com
Puzzle, caisse bois, LEDs (livré avec sa clé de coffre contenant la pièce manquante)
30 x 40 x 3 cm
source : http://www.designboom.com
forming part of the australia project ’the missing piece’ of 2010 – which set out to provoke debate about the current state of the nation- is a jigsaw puzzle sculpture. it was transported around the country and photographed in various empty landscapes. its aim to suggest something significant is missing from our everyday culture.
Daniel Webby, Costa Concordia, 2012, jigsaw puzzle pieces, clay, plaster, cardboard, aluminium prop. Photo: Xin Cheng
Daniel Webby‘s sculptures are more opaque in their intention, and less retinally alluring. His works are ‘raw’ in the sense that they emphasise the rough unpainted surfaces of the materials used and focus on creative thinkers like Buckminster Fuller (there is bamboo geodesic dome that contains a lecture space for social interaction) and Jean Luc Godard.
Godard’s 2010 film Socialism features the luxury liner Costa Concordia that later got wrecked off the coast of Italy. This ship provides the name for one of Webby’s sculptures, a precariously propped up ‘screen’ made of thick plaster and clay. One side is of curved and bulbous wave shapes that look like combed ice cream or crunchy meringue. Its back has embedded in its surface assorted pieces of a jigsaw, some connected and ‘legible’, of what looks like Mt. Fuji.
There is an implication here that just as one day Mt. Fuji, a volcano, will re-erupt, so will the extravagant lifestyle that luxury liners like the Costa Concordia and Titanic represent inevitably collapse. In other words, another bloody communist revolution is a palpable reality – not a fanciful pipe dream.
source : http://antoinegonzalez.over-blog.com/pages/Decomposition_2009-1221385.html
Composition de sept différents puzzle trouvés dans une ancienne usine désaffectée ayant eu pour derniers locataires l’association emmaüs. Vision d’un jeux casse-tête devenu reconstitution impossible.
source : http://harrisonandwood.com/#/j/jigsaw/
Incomplete jigsaw puzzle, with 33% of its pieces missing
Edition of 15 with 8 AP’s
source : http://www.newarteditions.com/ryan-gander-integrity-uncompromising/
Source : http://75hertz.com/blais/projects
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Puzzle (jan 2005)
Puzzles, graphite, photographies, 30 x 40 cm.
Dran – inside – Palais de Tokyo
détaille avec pièces de puzzle