Realistic Disposable Objects Carved out of Wood by Caroline Slotte
"One-to-One" is a series of disposable objects created by Caroline Slotte that appear at first to be made everyday from materials like plastic and metal, but in reality are sculpted from solid wood. The reworking of second hand objects play a pivotal role in Caroline Slotte´s practice. She manipulates found materials, primarily everyday items, so that they take on new meanings. Via her website, "Demonstrating an engaged sensitivity towards the associations, memories and narratives inherent in the objects, Slotte´s intricate physical interventions allows us to see things we would otherwise not have seen.