First Public Sand Work. Includes the group exhibition in the Fall of 1989 at the Aldrich Contemporay Art Museum, "Project: Installation", with: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Andrea Fisher, Kristen Jones/Andrew Ginzel, Dennis Oppenheim, Osvaldo Romberg and Michael Timpson.

Most of the remaining work on this page was studio work and never exhibited publicly.

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February 22, 1989, 7' x 8' (floor and ceiling), pigmented sand on sand, cement on carved foam.
A listing of all the names given babies born in New York City on that day.

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Attache Case, 1989, oil on vinyl case.

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B BYH Z L, 1989, 12ft. x 9ft., lampblack on salt. The names of the Supreme Court Justices, along with the name of our newly born daughter Hazel.

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M RC LD CH MP, 1989, 2ft. x 8ft., cement on carved foam. Marcel Duchamp's name (sans vowels). Intended to be part of a suspended ceiling consisting of up to a hundred of these names. A dream in 1989 finally realized in 2012: The End of History.

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ESP 1989, 4 panels, 2ft. x 2ft. each, oil on masonite.

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Untitled Objects, 1989, various objects covered in encaustic and cement.

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Three encaustic paintings on panels:

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The Subway Paintings, all from 1989:

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4 Variations on the Word TET, 12in. x 24in. (each), oil on panel, with gilded frame.

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1968 #4, 1989, tinted sand on sand and cement on carved foam. 5ft. x 12ft. x 6ft.

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