Kim Habers

H2O - Food for Thought

Crash

For this installation Kim worked with a computer for the first time. Ze digitalized her drawings so she could have them cut out with a laser cutter. The files for these digitized drawings that her computer crashed.

Razor-thin

Usually Kim works with paper, but for this installation she needed something a little more sturdy. The material you she here are two layers of razor-thin birch wood glued together. The material is so fine that it almost looks like paper.

Water

When you look closely you will see the letter H and the letter O constantly come back in this work. An H an O and another H banded together. This is the scientific notation of the element water. Two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen.

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What type of person created this?

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