RACHEL KLINGHOFFER

There should be unicorns
2018
Used house paint cans from renovating our home, our broken coffee grinder, one of the vintage boots I wore all through undergrad, balloon from bringing daughter home from hospital, balloons from daughter’s first and second birthday, wrapping paper from daughters Hanukah gift, leather from friend, scrap piece of fabric from tie husband wore to our wedding, pieces of sliced quartz from friend, earing and bra from collector, sleeve from husband’s old button down, shell from parents trip to Antigua, pin from my maternal grandmother, emeralds, rubies, diamonds, opals, vintage pins, costume engagement ring, fake pearls and coral necklace from uncle, rocks from RISD beach, paillettes, mahjong tile, buttons and drink stir from 1940’s nightclub from paternal grandmother, magnet from trip to Sorento with husband, elephant earing my sister and I wore at camp, plastic disco ball necklace and plastic peace sign earing from my bat mitvah, leftover metallic nail materials from friend, Buddhist red jade necklace from friend from undergrad, yitzkor tin stars of David, felt from old sculpture, pieces of husbands ripped jeans, piece of sombrero from honeymoon in Mexico, sand dollar from Long Beach Island, NJ, bird necklace I used to wear in middle school, part of broken crystal menorah, leftover glitter from making birthday cards, leftover wire from old sculpture, imprint from knitted doily from husbands great grandmother, magic sculpt, encapso k, fabric glue, metallic powders, acrylic ,spray paint, varnish
42 x 19 x 9 inches

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