The “Flywater” was produced for the exhibition “Slanted Enchanted” at Erin Stump Projects in Toronto, Canada.
The table comes from two observations. The first was a fly stuck in the water-covered surface of a piece of art at Alice Liechtenstein’s castle. The second was the beauty of leftover epoxy after mixing, usually with a small stir stick protruding from the solid puddle.
The table consists of three raw waxed aluminum legs embedded in a series of tinted epoxy resin puddles. The legs were placed in three separate puddles. Once dried, those puddles (including legs) were placed in a new puddle and allowed to cure. That construction was then placed again in another puddle, and the process was repeated until a satisfying thickness was achieved.
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