Artist Koko Bayer has blanketed the Denver metro area with temporary works featuring her grandfather Herbert Bayer’s world-renowned art. Koko lives and works in the RiNo Art District, and focuses on “wheatpasting”, a technique for temporarily attaching paper to walls. She emphasizes the nuance of temporary art structures, leveraging her late grandfather’s design components to create new works. Koko photographs her installations and re-pastes the images onto wood or other structures.
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