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COPPER  &  STONE PDF Catalogue

The first copper work was the 1993 relief, Passion–-a wall-embedded bar treated with acetic acid. After multiple applications a copper stain ran down the wall. The work was set in a humidity producing bathroom; after twenty years the stain has grown more intense. Outdoors in 1995, in the island atmosphere of Orkney, Scotland, a similar work is a permanent installation on the exterior wall of the Pier Center, one of the warehouses of the original Hudson Bay Company. Left to the elements, years later a bleed is visible running down the wall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Passion, 1993
Activated and photographed May 1998
Insertion; copper, acetic acid; dimensions variable
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Purchased with funds provided by Renate and Sidney Shapiro
 

Infringement, 1993
Activated January 2001; photographed February 2001
Insertion wall to floor: copper: 13 x 3 x ¼ inch embedded, acetic acid
Dimensions variable; Installation view Stalke Gallery, Copenhagen, 2001

 

Without Title I, 1994
Copper, acetic acid on wood; 13 ¾ x 3 inches
Collection of the artist
 

Without Title II, 1994
Copper, acetic acid on paper; 13 ¾ x 3 inches
Collection of the artist

 

Without Title III, 1994
Copper, acetic acid on wood; 13 ¾ x 3 inches
Collection of Sol LeWitt

 

Without Title, 1994-present
Copper, ammonium chloride
copper sulfate; 14 x 3 x ¾ inches
Collection of the artist

 

Variable [1 of 6 positions], 2006
Bronze, 4 inch depth
Edition of 2: published by Editions Fawbush, New York
 

Variable [2 of 6 positions], 2006
Bronze, 4 inch depth
Edition of 2: published by Editions Fawbush, New York

 

Libido, 2010
Bronze; 1 ½ x 4 ½ x 4 inches
Collection of the artist

 

Displaced Prism, 2003
Copper; 4 x 4 x 4 inches
Collection of the artist

 


 

Notation VI, 2000
Activated September 2000; photographed August 2008
Limestone, copper, ammonium chloride copper sulfate solution, 16 x 12 x 12 inches
Collection of Flemming and Ilse Rhode Nielsen, Copenhagen
 

Notation VI, 2000
Activated and photographed September 2000
Limestone, copper; 16 x 12 x 12 inches
Sirius Art Centre, Cobh, Ireland

 

Notation IV, 1999
Activated August 1999; photographed June 2000
Quartzite, copper; 22 x 21 x 36 inches
Collection of the artist, Laporte, Pennsylvania
 

Notation V, 2000
Activated and photographed May 2000
Alberene soapstone, copper, ammonium chloride copper sulfate solution, water
27 x 45 x 34 inches; Collection of Beatrix Ost and Ludwig Kuttner, Keene, Virginia
 

Notation XI, 2010
Activated and photographed April 2010
Vermont marble, bonze, ammonium chloride copper sulfate solution
10 x 7 ½ x 7 ½ inches; Collection of the artist
 

Notation XII, 2010
Activated and photographed April 2010
Vermont marble, bonze, ammonium chloride copper sulfate solution
10 x 7 ½ x 7 ½ inches; Collection of Andrea Krantz and Harvey Sawikin, New York
 

Ikkyu II, 2010
Activated August 2010 and photographedSeptember 2010
Copper, ammonium chloride copper sulfate solution
6 ½ x 96 inches; Collection of Andrea Krantz and Harvey Sawikin, New York