Lisa Scheer took these photos quite recently in GSO.
A commenter at Lisa's Flickr site says:
I love the fact that this is both a diptych and Polaroid. The combination emphasizes the properties of the excess and disposability of the subject matter. This document of the everyday and the mundane shows us a sculpture in its very temporary exhibition space, with you as perhaps the only visitor to that particular show, and here, the catalog. By isolating the cardboard forms against the nearly monochrome Color-Field background (no interruptions with the sky here, for example) the feeling of an exhibition space is further reinforced. The dialogue between the two images presents us with differences in distance, allowing us to approach and retreat, and in that manner get a sense of scale that relates the individual cardboard parts to the whole made by the aggregate...I first thought of Robert Rauschenberg's Cardboard pieces.