Sleeping Bags, Mother & Child

Sleeping Bags, Mother & Child

1990   78hx36w

Resulted from multiple impulses: need for symbolic hiding place, a trip to a Native American exhibit at Harvard, a long costume-making remnant of red satin, a friend's loan of an arctic sleeping bag, the papoose came later, possibly from an urge to honor the motherhood bond.

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