Double Lie, 2009

Painted Fibreglass, 125” x 30” x 16” (317cm x 76cm x 41cm)


Not so different then much of our constructed environment. This sculptural form of a feather is much larger then life. It is lying on the floor, having the visual look and corresponding visual weight of cast iron. The truth of the matter is Polyester Resin and Fiberglass, not feather-light, but much lighter then iron. A lying double lie in repose on the floor.

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