Wooden shadow box, raccoon skull, animal bones and teeth, skeleton key, stones, natural dried vines and tree branches, burned book page pieces and dissected excerpts from a John Stone poem that were rearranged; burned by hand with candle flame and soldering iron. Title comes from another poem found in the same book called On Doctoring.
Brooklyn-based Lithuanian sculptor Aidas Bareikis continues to mine the world’s junk for his intense sculptural accumulations. Here, ‘Too Much Seaweed’ suggests a global warming meltdown or a calving of the planet. (At Canada New York on the Lower East Side through Dec 4th).
Aidas Bareikis, Too Much Seaweed, globes and fabric cut-offs on flower pot stand, 50.5 x 21.5 x 12 inches, 2016.
Nearly completed but I’ll probably finish it up tomorrow. “Talking to Grief”, 2017. Broken coyote skull, possum bones, book page and dried flowers in 8x12" wooden box. Will be for sale if anyone is interested.