Annalise Rees: Cardboard Cities

by kath_red on 22/03/2009

in Art+Design, Features

Australian artist, Annalise Rees, plays with space and drawing in her two and three dimensional ‘drawn’ house-scapes. Her work is sculptural and installation based, and she uses iconic everyday motifs such as the house and everyday materials such as street directories and dressmaking patterns as a way of connecting and investigating social and cultural attitudes towards
the familiar.

Annalise Rees

This is one of her cardboard cities, made from cardboard and glue – she runs public demonstrations on making these occasionally (see artroom5 for more info on this show last year).

Annalise Rees

And this drawing installation is from Daikanyama Installation 2007 an annual art competition, in Tokyo, open to anyone interested in research on the relationship between contemporary art and public space and in creating art forms in the context of urban architecture.

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1 se7en March 24, 2009 at 2:07 am

I think our recycling bag will be empty if I show this too my kids! Really it is awesome! We did a city scape out of paper recently – it was a bit closer to ground level though! Here’s a link if you would like to take a peak: http://www.se7en.org.za/2008/10/15/se7en-city-crafts-the-complete-book-of-art-ideas-a-review

2 jet January 8, 2012 at 1:06 pm

woooow this is awesome , what a great and cool idea and all the lights inside the appartments.
i love the idea of recycling, thank you for sharing this, You really got me inspired.;-D

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