Robert Filliou, Principe d’Équivalence (Principle of Equivalence), ca. 1969, wood, paint, knitted wool, glue, soft lead pencil, ink, stamps, felt, and hooks.
NICK KNIGHT/COURTESY THE ESTATE OF ROBERT FILLIOU AND PETER FREEMAN, INC. NEW YORK AND PARIS
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