The Post-Categorical Perchero

This might be a little too eccentric to put on the market…it goes into my collection.

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Perchero? It’s just what you see.

And a couple of the details:

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It was all great fun. Its a little over 6’, 17 mortise and tenon joints (uniones de caja y espiga), three asymmetrical feet, stresses and well calculated destruction all over the place.

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One Response to “The Post-Categorical Perchero”

  1. Mark DuBois Says:

    I love all of your work Steven, but I’m am particularly drawn to this piece both aesthetically and by your creation of it, “…three asymmetrical feet, stresses and well calculated destruction all over the place.”

    Mark

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