Untethered (insistently, carelessly)
Untethered (insistently, carelessly)

2012

Stoneware, steel, found rope

12' x 15 ' x 5'

Photography by Jim Kirkhoff

 

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 The title was inspired by the poetry of Pablo Neruda:  "Among the things the sea throws up,  let us hunt for the most petrified,  violet claws of crabs,  little skulls of fish,  smooth syllables of wood,  small countries of mother-of-pearl;  let us look for what the sea undid  insistently, carelessly,  what it broke up and abandoned,  and left behind for us."  From the poem  Forget About Me    

The title was inspired by the poetry of Pablo Neruda:

"Among the things the sea throws up,

let us hunt for the most petrified,

violet claws of crabs,

little skulls of fish,

smooth syllables of wood,

small countries of mother-of-pearl;

let us look for what the sea undid

insistently, carelessly,

what it broke up and abandoned,

and left behind for us."

From the poem Forget About Me

 

Untethered (insistently, carelessly)
Untethered, view 2.jpg
Untethered, detail 2.jpg
 The title was inspired by the poetry of Pablo Neruda:  "Among the things the sea throws up,  let us hunt for the most petrified,  violet claws of crabs,  little skulls of fish,  smooth syllables of wood,  small countries of mother-of-pearl;  let us look for what the sea undid  insistently, carelessly,  what it broke up and abandoned,  and left behind for us."  From the poem  Forget About Me    
Untethered (insistently, carelessly)

2012

Stoneware, steel, found rope

12' x 15 ' x 5'

Photography by Jim Kirkhoff

 

The title was inspired by the poetry of Pablo Neruda:

"Among the things the sea throws up,

let us hunt for the most petrified,

violet claws of crabs,

little skulls of fish,

smooth syllables of wood,

small countries of mother-of-pearl;

let us look for what the sea undid

insistently, carelessly,

what it broke up and abandoned,

and left behind for us."

From the poem Forget About Me

 

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