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Andrea Zittel in "Consumption"Preview

Andrea Zittel’s sculptures and installations transform everything necessary for life—such as eating, sleeping, bathing and socializing—into artful experiments in living. Zittel’s A–Z Administrative Services develops furniture, homes, vehicles, and utlitarian objects for contemporary consumers.

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Andrea Zittel

Andrea Zittel transforms everything necessary for life—such as eating, sleeping, bathing, and socializing—into artful experiments in living. Zittel’s A-Z West, a thirty-five acre residential and studio complex in the California high desert, is a testing ground for the artist’s innovative sculptures, installations, and design projects.

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