Mona Hatoum, “Grater Divide (2002) is a human-sized, fold-out cheese grater that takes on the appearance of a room divider or ‘paravent’ confronting the viewer on entering the gallery. Scaled up from the original kitchen utensil nine fold, the object is eloquent in its architectural proportions and highly decorative but at the same time potentially macabre with its hazardous, razor-sharp surface.” Source: White Cube Gallery.
Dominos… take note, it’s what the people want. 😸🍕💜
(On Charles Darwin)
> Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan - Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors: A search for who we are
Knit one row a day for a year, matching the yarn color to the color of the sky that day.