• Breaking the Logjam 2011 Wood, gold-plated silver, steel, paper, bone, milk paints 14.5”Diameter x 4”W x 2.75”D $7800 Breaking the Logjam (of Contingencies) The contingencies we invent for ourselves often form a barrier that accumulate so gradually that you don’t even notice it until you are boxed in. There are 7 cavities drilled into the log pieces behind the bone beads, filled with written amulets. The amulets say: The door to the impossible is open. (Denise Benitez) Expand your view, the potential is limitless. (fortune cookie) Make up your mind and do what you want to do. (fortune cookie) Let the spirit of adventure set the tone. (fortune cookie) You have to do what you love to do, not get stuck in that comfort zone of a regular job. Life is not a dress rehearsal. This is it. (Lucinda Basset) Age doesn’t make you boring; boring makes you boring. (Margaret Whiting in “Taking My Turn”) It is never too late to be what you might have been. (George Elliot)
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  • Luddite’s Lament 2011 Copper, silver, 23K gold leaf, bone, PVC tubing, plastic, dried noodles, paper, rayon cord Front: 27”L x 2”W x 2” D, Back: 27”L x 7”W x 1.5”D $7800. Luddite’s Lament is a tribute to slower and more elegant forms of communication, a sort of antidote to Twitter, Tweet, and texting. The large central amulet contains a poem by W.H. Auden: Ode to the Medieval Poets: Chaucer, Langland, Douglas, Dunbar, with all your brother Anons, how on earth did you ever manage, without anaesthetics or plumbing, in daily peril from witches and warlocks, lepers, The Holy Office, foreign mercenaries burning as they came, to write so cheerfully, with no grimaces of self-pathos? Long-winded you could be but not vulgar, bawdy but not grubby, your raucous flytings sheer high-spirited fun, whereas our makers, beset by every creature comfort, immune, they believe, to all superstitions, even at their best are so often morose or kinky, petrified by their gorgon egos. We all ask, but I doubt if anyone can really say why all age-groups should find our Age quite so repulsive. Without its heartless engines, though, you could not tenant my book-shelves, on hand to delect my ear and chuckle my sad flesh: I would gladly just now be turning out verses to applaud a thundery jovial June when the judas-tree is in blossom, but am forbidden by the knowledge that you would have wrought them so much better.
    Luddite's Lament 2011
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  • Luddite’s Lament 2011 Copper, silver, 23K gold leaf, bone, PVC tubing, plastic, dried noodles, paper, rayon cord Front: 27”L x 2”W x 2” D, Back: 27”L x 7”W x 1.5”D $7800. Luddite’s Lament is a tribute to slower and more elegant forms of communication, a sort of antidote to Twitter, Tweet, and texting. The large central amulet contains a poem by W.H. Auden: Ode to the Medieval Poets: Chaucer, Langland, Douglas, Dunbar, with all your brother Anons, how on earth did you ever manage, without anaesthetics or plumbing, in daily peril from witches and warlocks, lepers, The Holy Office, foreign mercenaries burning as they came, to write so cheerfully, with no grimaces of self-pathos? Long-winded you could be but not vulgar, bawdy but not grubby, your raucous flytings sheer high-spirited fun, whereas our makers, beset by every creature comfort, immune, they believe, to all superstitions, even at their best are so often morose or kinky, petrified by their gorgon egos. We all ask, but I doubt if anyone can really say why all age-groups should find our Age quite so repulsive. Without its heartless engines, though, you could not tenant my book-shelves, on hand to delect my ear and chuckle my sad flesh: I would gladly just now be turning out verses to applaud a thundery jovial June when the judas-tree is in blossom, but am forbidden by the knowledge that you would have wrought them so much better.
    Luddite's Lament on Sydney 2011
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