Precious Metal


I am continuously fascinated by the residual histories of a particular object. In my latest body of work, Precious Metal, I explore medical implant recycling, a common practice for most crematoriumsin the United States and abroad. As an environmentally conscious individual, I’m interested in the duality of a process which both conserves natural resources while at the same time gives new life to these otherwise discarded artifacts. By interrupting the reclaiming process, I preserve the history of a medical implant and highlight the unique markings left on its surface by both the body and the cremation process.

No. 1, 2016

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16 x 24 inches

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No. 2, 2016

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16 x 24 inches

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No. 3, 2016

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16 x 24 inches

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No. 11, 2016

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36 x 24 inches

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No. 12, 2016

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36 x 24 inches

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No. 13, 2016

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24 x 36 inches

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No. 14, 2016

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24 x 36 inches

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No. 15, 2016

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36 x 24 inches

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No. 16, 2016

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36 x 24 inches

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No. 7, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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No. 8, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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No. 4, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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No. 10, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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No. 6, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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No. 5, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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No. 9, 2016

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30 x 20 inches

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