Wood, toy crib, paint, twine, egg coddling set, cotton balls, legally shredded US currency (purchased from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco).
26″ H x 27.375″ L x 22.5″ W
“Crib” combines an upside down toy crib, a roof built on its legs, a transparent mattress stuffed with shredded paper currency mounted over the rafters, a floor of scattered keys (from places I have rented, owned, or visited) with an egg coddling set in the center.
It’s the first in my new Insularity series expressing my disdain for parents that shield children from reality with a phony safety net.
Wire cage, old sponges, incandescent light bulbs, measuring tape.
17-5/8” L x 11” D x 10-3/8” H
Wood, dirt, hardware cloth, drain rock, metal.
16”H x 22” W x 22” D