Spirit Line

byzantia harlow

Spirit Line, cast plaster and crushed lapis lazuli, acrylic and enamel paint, varnish, Amazon mirror with acrylic paint, screen printed paper bags, wood, air conditioner filters, eight shaft satin woven textile made in collaboration with Michael Jennrich, beads, hand embossed silver made by Môjassadop Spiwi Pakholiga, Native American made dream catcher and Macaw feather, white turquoise, white sage smudging sticks, crushed lapis lazuli wall painting, ‘knock off’ t-shirts, aluminium display rails, hangers, clamp lights, dimensions variable, 2016.

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Spirit Line, screen print on polyester, clips, screen print on paper bags, Amazon mirror, acrylic paint, wood, ‘knock off’ t-shirts, pop up gazebo, white sage, Native American made dream catcher, white turquoise, silver, lapis lazuli, macaw feather and beads, audience participants, camera and recorder, dimensions variable, St Louis Swap Meet, Cherokee Street, 2016.

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With special thanks to Arts Council England and the British Council for supporting this project using public funding, The Luminary, the St Louis Swap Meet and all the audience participants.

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This project was supported using public funding by the Arts Council England and the British Council through the Artists’ International Development Fund.

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