6.) Rhetorical stink bomb or clumsy allegory for the meaning of life

Rhetorical stink bomb or clumsy allegory for the meaning of life is an egg protected inside a nest made of paper clips. The work is part performance, part sculpture. The egg’s preservation is the responsibility of the artist. Rhetorical stink bomb or clumsy allegory for the meaning of life will remain active for as long as the egg remains unscathed and hopefully the remainder of the artist’s life. If the egg is damaged or if the artist dies, the sculpture will be buried as a ceremonial end to the performance. 

2011 – 2015 –

Rhetorical stink bomb or clumsy allegory for the meaning of life

6/18 – My Biscuit Ate Itself

6/18 – My Biscuit Ate Itself

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