Sculpture Proposal Uses Hair Clippings From 120 NYC Salons [Pics]
‘My Hair is at MoMA PS1’ from TempAgency was a finalist in this year's Young Architects Program.
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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