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doug starn & mike starn - big bambu series, ny times t, and t plus 6 weeks, 2009

doug starn & mike starn - big bambu series, ny times t, and t plus 6 weeks, 2009

Mike Starn & Doug Starn, Yellow Seascape with Film and Wood Blocks, 1988-1989.     (Look familiar? This work was used on the cover of R.E.M.'s album, Out of Time.)

Mike Starn & Doug Starn, Yellow Seascape with Film and Wood Blocks, (Look familiar?'s album, Out of Time.

Doug and Mike Starn’s ‘Big Bambú’ Dismantled at the Met - The New York Times

Doug and Mike Starn’s ‘Big Bambú’ Dismantled at the Met

The Starn twins’ rooftop sculpture, “Big Bambú,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was hard work and a bit of a struggle.

indigoalison: Mike and Doug Starn  One of their most distinctive practices is patching fragments of printed photographs together with Scotch tape. The tape will yellow over time and stain the prints, so the work will continue to change as it ages—which is exactly what the Starns want

Identical twins Mike and Doug Starn have never been interested in producing fine, pristine, black and white prints.

Starn Twins. Concerned largely with chaos, interconnection and interdependence, time, and physics, they combine traditionally separate disciplines such as photography, sculpture, architecture and site-specific projects.

starn twins - Concerned largely with chaos, interconnection and interdependence, time, and physics

Doug and Mike Starn, American 1961-present, primarily known for working conceptually with for the past two and a half decades. Concerned largely with chaos, interconnection and interdependence, time, and physics, they combine traditionally separate disciplines such as photography, sculpture, architecture and site-specific projects.

Available for sale from HackelBury Fine Art, Doug & Mike Starn, Structure of Thought 10 Epson Ultrachrome inkjet prints on Thai mulberry, G…

5,000 Arms to Hold You: Climb Mike and Doug Starns Largest Bamboo Construction Ever at the Israel Museum

5,000 Arms to Hold You: Climbers Mike and Doug Starn's Largest Bamboo Construction Ever at the Israel Museum

Arms to Hold You: Climb Mike and Doug Starns Largest Bamboo Construction Ever at the Israel Museum Israel installation bamboo architec.

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