Mewsette quietly sits by her latest cardboard creation, briefly demonstrating her technique. If I translate correctly I believe she calls it “Transformation”.
She wants you to know it is not because the box has been transformed from one thing to another by her actions, but that her intervention has allowed the box to lead her in its own transformation. She had long communication sessions with the box about its aspirations, then intuitively used her teeth as her primary tool along the box’s edge to release its inner essence.
Mewsette is very proud.
So am I. Mimi the performance artist, Giuseppe the opera singer and vocalist, Mr. Sunshine the recycled materials sculptor, Jelly Bean the comedian, how did I manage to share my life with this wonderful family of felines?
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See more of Mewsette’s cardboard interpretations.
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