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Signs, Statements and Proclamations

Geoffrey Farmer
17.5 × 35 × 17.5 cm

Partially inspired by the memory of his grandfather using his own Oxford shoe as a hammer to nail a sign to a post, Vancouver-based artist Geoffrey Farmer has created an unusual multiple intended to be used as a variable sculpture/installation kit. Included in a specially constructed transparent plexiglass shoebox is a brown Oxford men’s dress shoe, a gold plated nail, and a series of objects (text-based signs, found objects and other ephemera) that one is encouraged to hang with the shoe and nail. From an edition of eight with two artist proofs.

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