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Tom Brereton Downs
Tom Brereton Downs • 2 years ago

Hanging Fire (Suspected Arson), 1999 Wire mesh, charcoal, wire, pins, nails 144 x 60 x 72 in. (365.8 x 152.4 x 182.9 cm) Gift of Barbara Lee An impressive example of Cornelia Parker's signature suspended sculptures, Hanging Fire (Suspected Arson) is a major installation piece constructed from found materials-the charred remains of an alleged arson incident. Hung by wires to create a forest of charcoal fragments, the work features a spectacular explosion of form in space and captures Par...

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