South Ringo Street (Thou art thyself the unclean thing)
South Ringo Street (Thou art thyself the unclean thing)

Each of these temporary, curbside sculptures is made from piles of discards awaiting trash pick-up. The objects are rearranged in an attempt to find some new relationship or narrative in the things we discard from our lives. 

Bishop Street (Travelers who passed by were compelled to lie down)
Bishop Street (Travelers who passed by were compelled to lie down)
West 12th Street (Why are they smiling, youthful, virginal)
West 12th Street (Why are they smiling, youthful, virginal)
West 29th Street (I can anticipate how all this may end)
West 29th Street (I can anticipate how all this may end)
South Rice Street I (It is our common lot)
South Rice Street I (It is our common lot)
Detail of South Rice Street I
Detail of South Rice Street I
Maryland Avenue I (Flying, alas, from his own)
Maryland Avenue I (Flying, alas, from his own)
West 29th Street II (You see the very creature before you)
West 29th Street II (You see the very creature before you)
Detail of West 29th Street II
Detail of West 29th Street II
Maryland Avenue II (In the house of mourning)
Maryland Avenue II (In the house of mourning)
South Ringo Street II (And he changed himself into flowing gold)
South Ringo Street II (And he changed himself into flowing gold)
South State Street (There is none exempt from the ferry-fee)
South State Street (There is none exempt from the ferry-fee)
Detail of South State Street
Detail of South State Street
West 26th Street (Round and round on his fiery wheel)
West 26th Street (Round and round on his fiery wheel)
South Ringo Street (Ruthless age)
South Ringo Street (Ruthless age)
Detail of South Ringo Street
Detail of South Ringo Street
Maryland Avenue (Unwept, unsepulchered, a treasure)
Maryland Avenue (Unwept, unsepulchered, a treasure)
South Ringo Street (Thou art thyself the unclean thing)
Bishop Street (Travelers who passed by were compelled to lie down)
West 12th Street (Why are they smiling, youthful, virginal)
West 29th Street (I can anticipate how all this may end)
South Rice Street I (It is our common lot)
Detail of South Rice Street I
Maryland Avenue I (Flying, alas, from his own)
West 29th Street II (You see the very creature before you)
Detail of West 29th Street II
Maryland Avenue II (In the house of mourning)
South Ringo Street II (And he changed himself into flowing gold)
South State Street (There is none exempt from the ferry-fee)
Detail of South State Street
West 26th Street (Round and round on his fiery wheel)
South Ringo Street (Ruthless age)
Detail of South Ringo Street
Maryland Avenue (Unwept, unsepulchered, a treasure)
South Ringo Street (Thou art thyself the unclean thing)

Each of these temporary, curbside sculptures is made from piles of discards awaiting trash pick-up. The objects are rearranged in an attempt to find some new relationship or narrative in the things we discard from our lives. 

Bishop Street (Travelers who passed by were compelled to lie down)
West 12th Street (Why are they smiling, youthful, virginal)
West 29th Street (I can anticipate how all this may end)
South Rice Street I (It is our common lot)
Detail of South Rice Street I
Maryland Avenue I (Flying, alas, from his own)
West 29th Street II (You see the very creature before you)
Detail of West 29th Street II
Maryland Avenue II (In the house of mourning)
South Ringo Street II (And he changed himself into flowing gold)
South State Street (There is none exempt from the ferry-fee)
Detail of South State Street
West 26th Street (Round and round on his fiery wheel)
South Ringo Street (Ruthless age)
Detail of South Ringo Street
Maryland Avenue (Unwept, unsepulchered, a treasure)
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