Sculpture Proposal Uses Hair Clippings From 120 NYC Salons [Pics]

Sculpture Proposal Uses Hair Clippings From 120 NYC Salons [Pics]
Design

‘My Hair is at MoMA PS1’ from TempAgency was a finalist in this year's Young Architects Program.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 february 2013

‘My Hair is at MoMA PS1’ was a finalist in the 2013 Young Architects Program (the winner was recently featured on PSFK). The installation, as the name suggests, is made of human hair. 

Bustler notes that it was designed by TempAgency, a collaboration between two architecture firms; Kutonotuk and mcdowellespinosa. The installation proposed using hair collected from hair salons and barbershops around New York City, aiming to divert it as a material waste.

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