Over Once Hung, 2002
A group of sculptures are unified by the sound of the 3 channel video of two women wresteling on a carpet from 3 POV’s.

Once:
I “fingered” a column of wet concrete and once cured, slathered the print of the hand shape with vaseline and filled it with water. This piece was inspired by Judith Butler’s presentation of identity construction which opened up the possibility of gender in relation to an otherwise minimalist sculpture.

Over:
The dark negative is the peel from a large poloroid. It shows an embrase of two women whose relationship is over.

Hung:
A frozen baby rabbit is hanging from the ceiling and dripping blood into a box of powdered sugar. Evidence of a hole and the powder on it’s face shows how it was pressed into the sugar than hoisted up