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Marco Maggi

O (grid alphabet), 2019

Cut and fold on four hundred 35 mm papers inside slide mounts
40 × 40 in
101.6 × 101.6 cm
This is a unique work.
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São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York
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Marco Maggi
Uruguayan, b. 1957
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Marco Maggi makes small-scale drawings and delicate etchings on household products, everyday commercial goods, room-sized installations, and objects resembling architectural models and maquettes. “Fast viewers see, from far away, a drawing as a blank sheet,” he says. “Slow viewers can read the same drawing ten times, switching perspectives and conclusions. […] I am interested in the particular protocol of manners and pace in the viewing process.” When viewed from a distance, Maggi’s work conceals its complexity and intricacy; one must literally approach it to gain full comprehension. For Reynolds Wrap (2008) he engraved intricate, machinery-reminiscent patterns onto a roll of aluminum foil, while for Hotbed (2009) he embedded tiny sculptures in a massive array of carved stacks of paper.

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Marco Maggi
Uruguayan, b. 1957
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Marco Maggi makes small-scale drawings and delicate etchings on household products, everyday commercial goods, room-sized installations, and objects resembling architectural models and maquettes. “Fast viewers see, from far away, a drawing as a blank sheet,” he says. “Slow viewers can read the same drawing ten times, switching perspectives and conclusions. […] I am interested in the particular protocol of manners and pace in the viewing process.” When viewed from a distance, Maggi’s work conceals its complexity and intricacy; one must literally approach it to gain full comprehension. For Reynolds Wrap (2008) he engraved intricate, machinery-reminiscent patterns onto a roll of aluminum foil, while for Hotbed (2009) he embedded tiny sculptures in a massive array of carved stacks of paper.

Marco Maggi

O (grid alphabet), 2019

Cut and fold on four hundred 35 mm papers inside slide mounts
40 × 40 in
101.6 × 101.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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