Still Life with Watermelon, Peaches and Crows
Canvas, stretcher, paper, acrylic paint, foam, papier-mâché, wire, glue, gold foil, epoxy, fabric, thread
57” (w) x 37” (h) x 19” (d)
In the Plantation dining room is a tableau that includes nineteenth-century still-life paintings being picked at by three-dimensional crows. The installations cultural referents include Alfred Hitchcock, racial segregation, and vanitas paintings.