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Bacteria is everywhere, but we can't see it -- unless it's roped off and labeled as if it were in a museum, of course.
Vertical Constellation with Mouthpiece, c. 2003
Infused saliva with finger dust on coin-operated steel
34 x 34 x 84.5 inches
This avant-garde installation is based on the original model released in 1889 in Hartford, Connecticut by inventor William Gray. Although most of the handicraft is naked to the invisible eye, the careful observer will note the hints of beige and grey which speckle the dial pad and receiver of the pay phone. Spit, grease, grime, spit, germs, spit, and more spit are all contributing factors to the installation’s unique bacterial patterns that, although not seen, can most certainly be felt by the earnest visitor.
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