Tom Sachs: Logjam
The Boston Globe / Boston.com
Tom Sachs is a habitual thinker who loves to figure out how things are made. He is the ultimate do-it-yourself artist, creating works of art by pulling apart things that are neatly packaged and showing their interior plumbing. His most recent exhibit, 'Logjam,' is on display at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. Left: Sachs's 'Lav A2,' a life-size airplane lavatory, was created using thermal adhesive, foam core, and electrical plumbing equipment.
Tom Sachs is a habitual thinker who loves to figure out how things are made. He is the ultimate do-it-yourself artist, creating works of art by pulling apart things that are neatly packaged and showing their interior plumbing. His most recent exhibit, "Logjam," is on display at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University.

Left: Sachs's "Lav A2," a life-size airplane lavatory, was created using thermal adhesive, foam core, and electrical plumbing equipment.
(Rose Art Museum photos)