What’s in your recycling bin?

"Cardbird VI" (1971) by Robert Rauschenberg. Photolithograph and screenprint on corrugated cardboard with tape additions. Museum of Modern Art, New York

We spent the day cleaning our classroom–which is still a work in progress… To give ourselves a break, we followed Robert Rauschenberg‘s lead and tried our hand at working in cardboard from our recycling bin. A number of MFTA staff took these art making breaks and the results are below.

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