Elizabeth Fearon

Pocket Sculptures

This series of works is meant to be interacted with in relation to the viewer/ participants life. The work should initially be felt before it is seen. Ideally the viewer/participant would carry the sculpture in his/her pocket for an extended period of time, happening upon it unconsciously or at unexpected times.

This incredibly personal, invisible, and intimate relationship would ideally inform many different aspects of the viewer/participants life. Ideally, this work would be housed in a winter coat pocket, interacted with for a season, put away with the coat in mothballs and reintroduced to the viewer/participant the following year.

Elizabeth Fearon, Aug. 15, 2006, Seoul, South Korea


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