Brass, 2019, 7"w x 2"h x 3"d
In the ritual of the self-gaze, things that want to be grasped inevitably flee from gaps between fingers. The thick drops, the screams, circle in every self-conscious paradox. The tighter the grip is, the more futile it will be. I stress this certain fragility of things that have so much effort put into them.
A Daimler Company