In this tecnique, the artist produces large modular panels, leading to the center a "L" shape hook.
This panel is called the "Module 0".
You can hang on the hook smaller items, so "customizing" the work.
The small items are called the "Module 1".
In his exhibits, on the gallery’s left wall there are some modules 0, while the right wall there are some modules 1.
The artist then asks visitors to choose from a wall to fit a module 1, rise it and move it and finally hang it on a hook on the module 0 that he, the viewer, chooses as he likes.
In this way the observer decide the last form of the artwork, he became a co-artist.
Here below are some examples of modular art.
TZADI as ZIONUT, Zionism
SHIN as SHALOM AL ISRAEL, Peace over Israel.
SAMEKH as SEFARAD, Spain
PE as Pisa
MEM as Morocco
TET as Teheran
SAMEKH as Salonicco
GIMEL as Gaudi'
TET as Torino Trash Town
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