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Faye Toogood

Faye Toogood: Assemblage 6: Unlearning

“Assemblage 6: Unlearning,” marks a change in the path of Faye Toogood’s creative journey, in which she attempts to bury all prior knowledge of design rules in order to start from a fresh perspective. In the process, Toogood has adopted a playful lens through which functional furniture items like daybeds, chairs, and sofas take on the look of things produced during a child’s early explorations of their creative instincts. Illusory techniques make the designs appear to be made from materials like crumpled paper, twisted wires, and cardboard boxes when, in reality, each detail has been meticulously constructed from sturdy cast bronze, rough canvas, and wrought iron.

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