Studio: Talk w/ Bethany

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the roots, 2011

plastic laminated wood shelf; plastic pipe fittings, plastic “Darth Vader” figure; wood figurine; wood root; rubber dog chew
43 x 134-3/4 x 20 in. (109.2 x 342.3 x 50.8 cm)

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Untitled (emergency sign, shot glasses, dog chews), 2009
plastic laminated wood shelf; plastic emergency sign;  shot glasses; 2 rubber dog chews
49-1/2 x 87-1/2 x 27 in. (125.7 x 222.3 x 68.6 cm)

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Plastic laminated wood shelf; plastic emergency sign; 2 glass and metal shot glasses; 2 rubber dog chews 125,7 x 222,3 x 68,6 cm

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Untitled (bird, nesting dolls, vase), 2006
MDF shelf; ceramic bird; wooden nesting dolls; Korean ceramic vase
11-3/4 x 33 x 10-1/2 in. (30 x 84 x 27 cm)

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http://www.jackstenner.com/art/atlas-misunderstood

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Studio: Woodman

The oldest lesson in the book is looking at things and figuring out what you like and dislike. We do this every day, every second… but WHY do some things make the cut and others don’t. What moulded these tastes in what are they grounded. What do your tastes mean, how do they shape your actions and consumptions? Betty Woodman is boss but some of her work repulses me, some makes me weak in the knees. What is that about? So here is to some exploration! Check out my little collection if you please.