STEEL TRACES (Series of Objects)

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APOTHECARY DRAWERS (2012) Unique Piece Antique Fragment from Apothecary Dresser and Steel 1550 x 1520 x 350 Available from Slete Gallery
APOTHECARY DRAWERS (2012) Unique Piece Antique Fragment from Apothecary Dresser and Steel 1550 x 1520 x 350 Available from Slete Gallery
APOTHECARY DRAWERS (2012) Unique Piece Antique Fragment from Apothecary Dresser and Steel 1550 x 1520 x 350 Available from Slete Gallery
APOTHECARY DRAWERS (2012) Unique Piece Antique Fragment from Apothecary Dresser and Steel 1550 x 1520 x 350 Available from Slete Gallery
APOTHECARY DRAWERS (2012) Unique Piece Antique Fragment from Apothecary Dresser and Steel 1550 x 1520 x 350 Available from Slete Gallery
APOTHECARY DRAWERS (2012) Unique Piece Antique Fragment from Apothecary Dresser and Steel 1550 x 1520 x 350 Available from Slete Gallery
PIGMENT DRAWERS I (2012) Unique Piece Antique Chest of Drawers Fragement and Steel 1145 x 980 x 280
PIGMENT DRAWERS I (2012) Unique Piece Antique Chest of Drawers Fragement and Steel 1145 x 980 x 280
PIGMENT DRAWERS I (2012) Unique Piece Antique Chest of Drawers Fragement and Steel 1145 x 980 x 280
PIGMENT DRAWERS I (2012) Unique Piece Antique Chest of Drawers Fragement and Steel 1145 x 980 x 280

Incomplete sections of furniture are extended by steel frameworks that reference the other parts now missing and forgotten. An allusion to the fact that their present forms are merely fractions of their former selves – they are an ethereal reminder of their initial purpose. The new lines created are not literal, but an intuitive interpretation of the object’s previous life – a line drawing made physical.