29" x 19" x 18"
Screen Printing on Fabric, Fabric, Stuffing, Toilet Tank Lever

Thinking about translatable pathways across genders and nationalities, ages and cultures; I landed on using a toilet bowl as the object of symbol that is universally known, reachable, and shares a mutual function across borders. It is the place we perform the ritualistic funeral of our intakes’ remains, the “heaven’s door” our poop goes through, if God exists. Using the form of sculpture, the easily omitted and seemingly slightly obscene channel of sending the corpse of our food out to disposal has now been transformed into something tangible and kneadable.