Image of Neckpiece: A QUESTION OF GRAVITY.  (2004)
  • Image of Neckpiece: A QUESTION OF GRAVITY.  (2004)
  • Image of Neckpiece: A QUESTION OF GRAVITY.  (2004)
  • Image of Neckpiece: A QUESTION OF GRAVITY.  (2004)
  • Image of Neckpiece: A QUESTION OF GRAVITY.  (2004)

Neckpiece: A QUESTION OF GRAVITY. (2004)

$1,550.00 / On Sale



Spoons, chandelier crystal, indigo-dyed twine, pyrite, steel, 16th-century paper, leather, scissor handle, porcelain dentists' teeth, steel-point engraving, brass, paper, text, soil.

Pendant: 4.5" x 2.5" x 1.5" (11.4 x 6.3 x 3.8cm)
Cord length: 31" (78.7cm)

GRAVITY came about when I found three spoons in a goodwill
that were so worn from use that I was astonished;
they were pitted and eroded at the ends dramatically.
I held the three together to create a niche and the piece was
off and running. I mounted the teeth as a dentist would in a mouth,
by creating metal posts that insert into the porcelain, to be cemented in place.

The twine was indigo-dyed by my good friend Adele Outteridge in Brisbane.

All shipping is fully insured.