Kus! Week : Lilli Carre’s “Open Molar” (Mini Kus! #80)

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An instruction manual like no other, Chicago-based artist Lilli Carre’s  Open Molar (#80 in the ongoing Mini Kus! line) is at times as utterly indecipherable as an Ikea assembly guide, but infinitely more interesting and, most crucially, rewarding. But what you come up with at the end is still fairly well up for grabs.

Billing itself as teaching readers how to “create a drop-shape for slow relief,” with the caveats that “this solution is only intended for gapped interiors,” and that one should “not skip the first step,” it probably goes without saying that said first step is both the most obvious and the most unattainable, but I’m not about to “spoil” what it is here. It’ll have to suffice to know that how well and how thoroughly you’ve already mastered it will determine how far you go with subsequent instructions — not to mention (except, ya know, I am) 

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One response to “Kus! Week : Lilli Carre’s “Open Molar” (Mini Kus! #80)

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review — 9/23/19 — 9/29/19 | Through the Shattered Lens

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