Conjunctions

Slide Images

1 - Conjunctions No. 1, 2, 3, 4, ,5, 1999
Steel, bronze, electroplated wood

2 - Conjunction No. 4 (detail), 1999
Steel, bronze, electroplated wood
7 cm x 495 cm x 8 cm
2.75 in x 194.88 in x 3.15 in

3 - Conjunction No. 3 (detail), 1999
Steel, bronze, electroplated wood
10 x 447 cm x 13 cm
3.94 in x 175.98 in x 5.12 in

4 - Conjunction No. 5 (detail), 1999
Steel, bronze, electroplated wood
10 cm x 455 cm x 6 cm
3.94 in x 179.13 in x 2.36 in

Conjunctions

Once an object becomes removed form its place of origin it is open to interpretations and associations. By 'drawing out' the objects, intervening, manipulating, assembling and reassembling them, relationships between nature and culture are created.

In the series Conjunctions I juxtaposed man made objects (metal fittings and rods) with organic fragments (stems of wood, which were sometimes cast into bronze or electroplated). The result is spear like objects, which are open to interpretations.