Date: Aug 2015
Dimensions: 9′ tall x 3′ x 2′
Medium: Steel, flowers, rope, wire
A 9′ tall sculpture of Anubis, the Egyptian God of the Dead, made of fresh cut flowers densely arranged onto a steel skeleton, stands on a stage of loam, dirt and leaves. The flowers, initially fresh, decay and dessicate over the duration of the six week long exhibition. The olfactory element is an important component of this piece.
Originally created for the group show, “Dog & Pony Show” curated by Michael Manning at the Antebellum Gallery in Hollywood, CA.
This piece is intended for interior or exterior exhibition.