a wall: recycling rusty pressed tin (2)

 

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Following on from (1) & the tin wall grows, grows  . . .  progressing along the wall . . .

 

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Indeed one must consider power points/outlets.

 

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After the tin square is cut I carefully measure & cut out the spots for the electrical outlets. Yes, the hole is made before I attach the tin sheet to the wall.

Basically, I measure distances on the gyprock, scribble them down, then transfer them to the tin square. Easy.  Obviously, accuracy in measurements is critical for these cut-outs.  You can’t make a mistake such as making the hole too large.  It’s not so bad if the hole is too small as you can cut out more.

 

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Evening views as the tin wall grows . . . and grows

 

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At night.

(this project made its first public appearance on the old site) 

 

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