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Megan Bottari, 'Stringybark Creek: vignette #2', gun shot glass (fused), vintage police fence paling

Megan Bottari, Stringybark Creek: vignette #2, gun shot glass (fused & sandblasted), vintage police fence paling.

Megan Bottari, 'Stringybark Creek: vignette #2', gun shot glass (fused), vintage police fence paling

Megan Bottari, 'Stringybark Creek: vignette #2', gun shot glass (fused), vintage police fence paling

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    1. Yeah, some are less obvious. They are free standing ‘boxes’, the glass held in channels cut into the wood (gotta love Studio Bitch.) Very solid/chunky. I’m liking them a LOT.

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  1. It’s the chunky, blocky I really like. You’ve kept the near sharp edges and sort of prism effect too. Paired with the wood this way is perfect. I think seeing live I would appreciate the others as much as the shot ones.

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    1. Yes, they sit well – have a really satisfying feel/heft to them. The landscapes are formed by the violence of the shot and the edges retain that dangerous edge. The boxing is both a protection (for the viewer!) and a confinement. The fence palings are 118 years old – beautifully weathered hard wood.

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