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The Grind.

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In Jonathan Schipper‘s To Dust, two sculptures are hung from a mechanism that gently grinds them into each other. The sculptures will slide against one another for many years creating new unimagined form. What you are seeing are detailed images of the sculptures but, unfortunately, the mechanism that is 9 feet above is not in any of the photos.

Courtesy of Jonathan Schipper.

Courtesy of Jonathan Schipper.

Courtesy of Jonathan Schipper.

Courtesy of Jonathan Schipper.

Courtesy of Jonathan Schipper.

Courtesy of Jonathan Schipper.

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