Machinations: Historical Machines Exploded into Individual Components in Sculptures by John A. Peralta
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“Singer is Sewing Made Easy II” (2018), Singer Sewing Machine , wood, steel, latex, steel & fluorocarbon mono-filament, LED lighting, 42 x 30 x 18 in, all images © John Peralta
Artist John Peralta creates sculptural odes to some of our most historic innovations by organizing and suspending components of sewing machines, typewriters, and old film projectors. Peralta hangs each screw, wheel, and lightbulb side-by-side in specially created lightboxes, creating three-dimensional diagrams which illuminate the inner workings of each machine.
The sculptures break down the mechanics of the...
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