Heather COX

This series of small boxes is designed to challenge preconceptions while encouraging interaction and discovery. Each piece varies in size, shape and weight. Kinesthetic and visual participation are of equal importance in this work. Each one-of-a-kind box is meant to be opened and explored. They have been constructed using photographic paper, glue, Japanese paper and incorporate various organic substances such as beans, salt, rocks, bones and hair.

Photo Constructions, 1987-1996
Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996 Color photographs, Japanese paper and rice
Eye Box
1991
Color photographs, Japanese paper and rice
2 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2"


Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996



Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996 Color photographs, Japanese paper and mat board
Box of Boxes
1991
Color photographs, Japanese paper and mat board
4 3/4" x 9 1/2" x 1 1/2"
Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996

Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996 Photographs, Japanese paper and beans
Grimace Box
1992
Photographs, Japanese paper and beans
2 1/2" x 5" x 2"
Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996

Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996 Photo paper, Japanese paper and hair
5 Brushes
1993
Photo paper, Japanese paper and hair
2" x 3" x 1/4"
Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996

Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996 Photo paper, Japanese paper and hair
Instrument Boxes
1992
Photo paper, Japanese paper and hair
1" x 1" x 1" each
Heather COX Photo Constructions, 1987-1996 Photographs, Japanese paper and paper
26 very large ostriches in a very small box
1988
Photographs, Japanese paper and paper
1" x 1 1/2" x 1/2"