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Pasted papers and charcoal on paper
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"Yet the pieces of paper that suggest the paneling of the back wall refuse to remain in the distance, since they are plainly visible as flat elements Iying on top of the paper support and on the same forward plane as the drawer. For Braque, the wood grain paper undermines spatial relations, can be both figure and ground at once, and is conceived as a sign for material substance independently of its location in space."