Looking for that perfect art project that explores both Minimalism and macaroni? Here it is - your own diorama of Eva Hesse's "Repetition Nineteen III"!
To make this project, you'll need 19 pieces of small rigatoni, two pieces of foamcore, and a picture of Eva Hesse (optional).
1. Arrange the foamcore to make the clean white modern space of the Museum of Modern Art.
2. Deploy the macaroni somewhat randomly on the museum floor.
3. Place Eva Hesse behind the macaroni.
Luckily, the placement of the macaroni is variable, as Hesse stated that "I don't ask that the piece be moved or changed, only that it could be moved and changed. There is not one preferred format." This eliminates the need for glue.
You can learn more about "Repetition Nineteen III" by visiting the Museum of Modern Art's website. Be sure to pay attention to the sexual connotations of the empty vessel forms, as this is info that you can use to embarrass your teacher and get him or her to move on to the next student's project.