CERAMICS
2013

Twenty Four Seven

These 61 pig grenades were conceived as an empowering tool to protest. Originally, they represent the rage of the citizens in a time when taxpayer money was used to bail the banks out at the same time that the welfare system was suffering cutbacks.

George Orwell came to mind with his rebellious herd. His farm was able, through collective action, to achieve a certain degree of utopia, if only for a moment; the animals that had fought for the idea that they were all equal, soon enough found out that some animals were more equal than others.


Twenty Four Seven, 2013
60 ceramic pig-grenades glazed and metal ring 
31/2" x 2" x 4 1/2"



Twenty Four Seven, 2013
ceramic pig-grenade glazed, metal ring  
31/2" x 2" x 4 1/2"


Twenty Four Seven - "sixty one", 2013
glazed ceramic pig-grenade fractured and metal ring


Twenty Four Seven - "one", 2013
ceramic pig, glazed in liquid gold  

Twenty Four Seven, 2013
ceramic pig-grenade glazed, metal ring
31/2" x 2" x 4 1/2"


Twenty Four Seven, 2013 
installation view Steuben Gallery, NY

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