1. The Added Value, Installation view at Ellen de Bruijne Gallery, Amsterdam 2018

2. The Added Value, Installation view at Ellen de Bruijne Gallery, Amsterdam 2018

3. The Added Value, Installation view at Ellen de Bruijne Gallery, Amsterdam 2018

4. The Added Value, Installation view at Ellen de Bruijne Gallery, Amsterdam 2018

5. The Added Value, Installation view at Ellen de Bruijne Gallery, Amsterdam 2018

6. The Added Value, Documents of the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property, 2018

Diego Tonus and Anonymous
The Added Value
2018
Installation
Stainless Steel, Toyobo Solar Plates, Documents of the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property
Each box 60,9x68,6x15,6 cm


The Added Value
is an installation presenting a series of 6 stainless steel plates installed at wall and camouflaged as Donald Judd’s artworks (with reference to Stacks 1964-1969), presenting on their metal surfaces the adapted reproductions of the typographical facsimile supposed to be used by the forger to replicate Euro bills and to transport currency in between different Countries, describing these objects as artworks.