Double Telescoping Piece
This “plank piece” explored the filleting in three dimensions of an oak plank, which allowed for the telescoping of both ends. The ends would be tied at pre-determined intervals at the discretion of the owner/viewer of the piece depending on the length of the mounting wall. The horizontal center of the piece remains part of the original plank forming a “T” in profile. The upper and lower telescoping sections were cut as “L” forms in profile with the smallest end pieces in “square” profile. The piece could be collapsed into its original 90-inch plank for storage or transport.
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