20,000 - 25,000 USD
What is guaranteed?
juliflora wood, pigment, glass and tire assemblage
36 by 42 by 10 in.
91.4 by 106.7 by 25.4 cm.
Executed in 2019.
This work is in very good and sound condition overall. All elements are present and stable. There is a fine layer of surface dust throughout, most notably in the crevices and visible upon close inspection. There are textural variations to the surface of the sculpture, inherent to the artist's chosen media.
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Courtesy the artist
"The work Conversation epitomizes the idea of a dialogue with oneself using two identical self-portraits mounted on a sliced tire facing each other as if in a conversation. The artist has recorded a reading of an extract from J Krishnamurti’s A Dialogue with oneself’ in his voice. This audio recording is converted into a visual audio waveform that informs the central element of the sculpture."