Tooth and nail (and hair)

2012

Materials: Baltic Birch, nickel and glass lens, cloth, tooth, nails, hair, and photographs
Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 4.25 inches
Private collection

Tooth and nail (and hair) is a small, tactile sculpture created for a silent auction and exhibition in mMOCCA, a traveling, miniature model gallery that exhibits small scale works of contemporary art by emerging Canadian artists.

View through the eye-hole:

The silent-auction was organized by main Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (mMOCCA), Art History Graduate Students Association (AHGSA at York University), and hosted at Gendai Workstation.

For more information on the silent auction (held March 3, 2012), please click here.

Special thanks to Rick Saulnier