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Self Interest, 1999 
European version: 23 elements of the body isolated in etched Pyrex flasks in proportion by weight based on a 100 pound
person: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium phosphorous, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chlorine, magnesium, iron,
iodine, zinc, manganese, silicon, copper, cobalt, fluorine, rubidium, strontium, bromine, lead, aluminum
Table designed by the artist: glass-39 inches square. Installation: Stalke Gallery, Copenhagen, 2000

     

Self Interest, 1999 
American version: the 57 body elements (includng trace) isolated in etched Pyrex flasks in proportion by weight based on a 100 pound person: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium phosphorous, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chlorine, magnesium, iron, iodine, zinc, manganese, silicon, copper, cobalt, fluorine, rubidium, strontium, bromine, lead, aluminum, cadmium, cerium, barium, tin, titanium, boron, nickel, selenium, chromium, arsenic, lithium, cesium, mercury, germanium, molybdenum, antimony, silver, niobium, zirconium, lanthanum, gallum, tellurium, yttrium, bismuth, thallium, indium, gold, scandium, tantulum, vanadium, thorium, uranium, samarium, beryllium, tungsten

 

Close-up

 

Trace element: each hand blown flask ¾ inch height

 

Self Interest, 1999 
The 57 body elements isolated in etched Pyrex flasks in proportion by weight based on a 100 pound person in vitrine.
Herself In the Element, 2002, the silver gelatin print on the left, the body elements in proportion by weight in descending
order on a woman's back, Contingency Painting on the right. Installation view: Baruch College, City University of New York, 2003

 

Song Of Which, 2004
Edition of 36, published by Stalke Gallery; printed by Niels Borch Jensen, Copenhagen; photogravure, 21 ½ x 18 ¼ inches

The body elements are printed in descending order by weight on voile netting with O standing for oxygen. The image was originally photo-graphed in 2 ¼ inch film in 2004. The model is artist Evelina Domnitch. One of the edition: Collection of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia.

 

International Year of Chemistry Banner forElemental Matters, the Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, 2011

 

International Year of Chemistry Banner, 2011

 

Song of Which [Evelina crouched], 2004
Edition of 36, published by Stalke Gallery,
Printed by Niels Borch Jensen, Copenhagen, 2008
Photogravure, 18 ¼ x 21 ½ inches

 

Song of Which [Evelina, head down], 2004
Edition of 24, self-published
Archival inkjet print, 19 x 12 inches

 

Evelina in Central Park, 2005                                                    
Edition of 24, self-published
Archival inkjet print, 13 x 13 inches

 

Partial Portrait [self-portrait], 2009
Plaster in wall
Life size