Miami, FL | 2012.09
The L.W. FRAME further pushes the questioning of the objects order and how to redirect attention to the art showcased within the frame. The idea was to design a frame that becomes part of what is being displayed, doing so by elaborating on a layer of visual signs that guides and consequently locks the viewer's eyes into the artifact in display. The object, although symmetric at times does not rely on a static design and it feeds from a continuous visual sequence of both movement and pause. The frame was constructed solely from pallet wood, only wood glue and simple joinery was utilized for its connections.
Pallet wood / Glass / Maple dowels / Binder clips