Size of Things.

A second set of models duplicates the first set.This set, however, is constructed at the same height and is understood as a scale model of the first.

The two series are photographed then digitally modeled and rendered. The first series is scanned with a 3d scanner while the second is recon- structed from the original geometric model.The materials are substitut- ed by images of the materials: cardboard is geometrically modeled while veneer is replaced with wood logs.

Both series point at one another, as a kind of matrix ... As the series point towards each other, gravity becomes a stand in for truth, or the image of truth, depending on how one sees it. The images and models are mirrors.

A Comparative Scale Sequence.

The left is a piece of paper rigidly resisting the effects of gravity at different sizes. On the right is a model of the paper on the left, always at the same size.

There are a variety of paper products that enjoy resisting and succumbing to gravity at different sizes. They make a forest.

Tom Sachs and Wöfflin dance together.

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*Knöfflin*.

Organize and Compare.