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(10 Spot Buddy)

Tony Feher (American, 1956-2016)

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A cluster of 10 glass flasks hangs in mid-air, suspended by a metal chain. Each flask contains its original liquid—vodka—and a single red or orange marble. The bright color of each marble becomes refracted by the surrounding light and liquid.

Working with such commonplace materials and found objects, Tony Feher highlights the unassuming beauty of everyday things. Chosen for their distinct visual and sculptural properties, these seemingly banal materials undergo a process of poetic transformation. In (10 Spot Buddy), Feher gives new meaning to disposable flasks of alcohol, encouraging us to reconsider the ordinary objects that surround us. No longer junk or garbage, these materials possess a markedly different status in their current environment.

The Artist; (PaceWildenstein, New York, New York); IMA.

Object Information

artist
Tony Feher (American, 1956-2016)
creation date
2007
materials
glass bottles with plastic screw caps, glass marbles, vodka, galvanized steel wire, metal chain
dimensions
bottle cluster: 18 x 12 x 12 in.
accession number
2008.248A-K
credit line
Dan and Lori Efroymson Fund
copyright
© Tony Feher
collection
Contemporary Art
colors

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