Board Caterpillar

6'x12'x11'
wood
Albuquerque, NM
2003

Inspired by Durango's historic mining sluices and the underground passages of a nearby brothel. Hundred year old rough-ripped pine boards joined by an oxidized steel frame form the legs of a caterpillar, climbing up a wall. Originally displayed inside Albuquerque's museum, the piece was relocated to the exterior of the art department at Birmingham Southern College. Also this piece was in a show in Boone, NC and was climbing up a wall in St. Louis for a while.











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Christopher Fennell
Sculptor
Birmingham, Alabama