Laundry Day Was Last Week
       
     
Nugent_LDLW_bedLR.jpg
       
     
LDWLWdetail_1_2015.jpg
       
     
nugent_LDLW_windowdetailLR.jpg
       
     
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nugent_LDLW_dogmat.jpg
       
     
 The following images are snapshots of my studio before my thesis exhibition. I made many small scale wire drawings to investigate the conversation between wire lines, drawn lines, and shadows. 
       
     
 Before my exhibition I tried multiple iterations of a "front door". This was drawn in my undergraduate studio space. In the final exhibition, the door was edited out. 
       
     
 This snapshot from an in progress critique was the second iteration of the drawn door. Thread and pins were used to make some major lines of the door. A simple laundry basket made out of wire stands in front of the wall that holds the drawn laundry. The rug on the floor is a simple textile work that was drawn on with marker. 
       
     
 Another snap shot from studio: layered laundry baskets against a window. The plinths below the window were the predecessor to the simple bed I built for my exhibition. 
       
     
Laundry Day Was Last Week
       
     
Laundry Day Was Last Week
Nugent_LDLW_bedLR.jpg
       
     
LDWLWdetail_1_2015.jpg
       
     
nugent_LDLW_windowdetailLR.jpg
       
     
IMG_1029 copy.jpg
       
     
nugent_LDLW_dogmat.jpg
       
     
 The following images are snapshots of my studio before my thesis exhibition. I made many small scale wire drawings to investigate the conversation between wire lines, drawn lines, and shadows. 
       
     

The following images are snapshots of my studio before my thesis exhibition. I made many small scale wire drawings to investigate the conversation between wire lines, drawn lines, and shadows. 

 Before my exhibition I tried multiple iterations of a "front door". This was drawn in my undergraduate studio space. In the final exhibition, the door was edited out. 
       
     

Before my exhibition I tried multiple iterations of a "front door". This was drawn in my undergraduate studio space. In the final exhibition, the door was edited out. 

 This snapshot from an in progress critique was the second iteration of the drawn door. Thread and pins were used to make some major lines of the door. A simple laundry basket made out of wire stands in front of the wall that holds the drawn laundry. The rug on the floor is a simple textile work that was drawn on with marker. 
       
     

This snapshot from an in progress critique was the second iteration of the drawn door. Thread and pins were used to make some major lines of the door. A simple laundry basket made out of wire stands in front of the wall that holds the drawn laundry. The rug on the floor is a simple textile work that was drawn on with marker. 

 Another snap shot from studio: layered laundry baskets against a window. The plinths below the window were the predecessor to the simple bed I built for my exhibition. 
       
     

Another snap shot from studio: layered laundry baskets against a window. The plinths below the window were the predecessor to the simple bed I built for my exhibition.