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Spent Bullet [Red Gold], 2015/16, ABS resin, red gold leaf over copper plating,
8½ x 18½ x 16½ in.

The following New York Police Department .38 caliber slugs were blown-up to between 23-27 inches by 3D printing, in resin. Then each resin sculpture was coated with red gold, bronze, aluminum, lemon gold, white gold or rubber.

Spent Bullet [Double Bronze], 2015/16, ABS resin, bronze plating, 26¼ x 26 ¾ x 13¼ in.

Spent Bullet [Aluminum I], 2015/16, ABS resin, aluminum paint, 9½ x 20 x 16½ in.,
Collection of Judith Pisar, New York



Spent Bullet [Lemon Gold], 2015/16, ABS resin, 18 carat lemon gold, 8½ x 23¼ x 16 in.


Spent Bullet [Dum Dum I], 2015/16, ABS resin, rubber, 8 x 26 x 14 in.


Spent Bullet [White Gold], 2015/16, ABS resin, 6 carat white gold, 10½ x 26½ x 16¼ in.


Spent Bullet [Car Paint], 2015/16, ABS resin, 10½ x 26½ x 16¼  in.
 

SPENT, Zone2Source, Amstel Park, Amsterdam, 2016

 

Spent Bullet, 1979, a New York Police Department .38 caliber slug with brass tie clip, velvet ba.;        
Revisited on the eve of the Iraq War in 2002 

 

 

Box designed by the artist     

 

 

Spent Bullet, one of six editions in BRADSHAW, Limited Box Edition, 2003
.38 caliber bullet on copper tray 9 x 12 inches

 
Spent Bullet, 1979                       
38. caliber lead bullet
Estate of Merce Cunningham, New York

 

 

Spent Bullets, 1979                       
38. caliber lead bullets with an 18 carat gold bullet

 

.38 silver slug that was crimped into a cartridge and shotby the artist at the
100th Street New York City Police firing range, along with a 38. caliber bullet

 

INFINITY, 1979/2002, a .38 caliber slug with copper casing, velvet bag, signed, dated and numbered.
At the Gary Tatintzian Gallery, New York in 2002 on the eve of the United States' entrance into the Iraq War, the artist
created a performance titled Fire. From a "fire" bucket of .38 NYPD spent bullets, the audience was invited to take
one, which was then put into a velvet bag signed and numbered by the artist. The title reveals a utopian leaning.

                  

 

Spent Bullets, 1979/2012
Twelve .38 caliber New York Police lead slugs, a 22 carat gold cast of a slug  
        

 

Spent Bullets, 1979
Edition of 12, 1979, self-published, 24 carat gold over silver                    
Edition of 8, 2015, 18 carat gold earrings cast from a .38 caliber lead bullet 
Louisa Guiness Gallery, London             

 

Tanguay Current, 2010
Single earring: brass shaving with 18 karat gold clip, 6 inch height

 

Thorn Cross, 2011
Rubber, 6 inch height

 

Mercury Pulse, 2001
7 drops of mercury in a handblown glass vial, sealing wax, silver ring
and circlet; circlet: 5½ in. dia. When worn the mercury tranmits the heartbeat.

 

 

Art  & Life, 2003
24 carat gold, natural pyrite crystal, .3/8 inch cubes each
Collection of Heidi Nivling and Larry Becker, Philadelphia

 

Self Interest [Silicon], 1999
Edition of 10, Editions Fawbush, New York     
Silicon in the amount that occurs in a 100 pound human body, housed in a handblown glass
vial etched with the word 'silicon,' silver ring, chain and clasp, glass stopper; vial: 1¼ inches

 

H20, 1999
Edition of 10, Editions Fawbush, New York
Water, handblown glass vial etched with the symbol H20,
rubber stopper, silver ring, chain, clasp; vial: 1¼ inch

 

Life & Art, 2014
Natural pyrite crystal,18 carat gold, each cube 7/8 inches long

 

Spent Bullet Cufflinks, 2015,
.38 caliber slugs from the New York Police Firing Range

Spent Bullet Cufflinks, 2015
Edition of 12, self-published
24 carat green gold casts of .38 caliber slugs from the New York Police Firing Range

 

Art & Death, 2014,
22 carat gold, each cube 7/8 inches long