John Hultberg, "Road Through the Labyrinth" (1979)
John Hultberg, Road Through the Labyrinth (1979)




This collection groups workbook pieces on the theme of work.

The pieces are discrete. There's no inner structure or implied narrative. These aren't frames from a film.

I think of this work as analogous to Cubism. The Cubists implied three dimensional objects by juxtaposing multiple two-dimensional planes depicting the object from different points of view. These pieces are those planes; the object is work. "Blogging as Cubism" explains.

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