36 x 36 x 36 in
Wood, enamel, Polystyrene
Two sets have been taken and exchanged in the relative terms of what it constitutes having one object resemble the other by virtue of having the different parts do the same function. So, create one thing and substitute its variables to create a new version of itself. Language is so ingrained into our world that we are unable to take a step back from it and get a view of something we may think to be the objective reality. This piece presents the same object by virtue of its function, but a completely different object by virtue of its parts.