Hand Me Down to the Ground (Auntie)
Silk velvet, Rubber bricks, crack pipes
100 x 46 x 24 in
There is a large piece of burgundy velvet and a small piece of leopard velvet. A complete poem is burned out of the burgundy velvet. They are slung together and held up by crackpipes stabbed into the wall. The velvets are figurative, speaking for those who are not there.