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Elaine Sanderson
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Forced-éjà vu by Elaine Sanderson

February 25th, 2012 6:06 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: Make a pedestrian or prosaic gesture which produces a physical artifact. Spill some milk. Crumple a newspaper. Open a book to a random page.

Produce an artifact identical to the first one, but deliberately. Pour (or eyedropper) milk to get a puddle of the exact shape and size as the first one. Crease a second newspaper with the exact creases of the first. Close the book and keep opening it and closing it until you find that same page.

Document, please!

I recently learned how to fold origami frogs. It's not too difficult but making two frogs the same can be. I put the first one together fairly quickly. The second one I made to to measure the paper to the exact lengths and folded it the exact same way as the first frog.

I used two different papers to make sure you can see the difference. The first is green and the second one is pink.

frogs.jpg

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