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The Art Evolution of Snarkitecture Image via Snarkitecture / Requested Credit

Excavation

Notable Works: Slab Table (2010), Dig (2011), Shelve (2012), Wasserman Table (2012)

Beginning in 2010, Snarkitecture made pieces like Slab Table, which from above appears to be a smooth, modern form but has been craftily carved down below to form an inverted landscape—simple but genius.

In 2011, Snarkitecture exhibited and performed Dig, perhaps the duo's largest excavation project yet. Working within an already-existing space, Snarkitecture filled the storefront for Art and Architecture with a solid block of EPS architectural foam. Armed with basic tools like hammers, picks, and chisels, Snarkitecture burrowed through the foam wall, transforming the unassuming volume of foam into a work of performance and sculptural art.

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