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Treen Three

Kirsten Hassenfeld
Found glass, ceramic, plastic, metal, wood, shell, enamel
Installed 2011-2014
Concourse B

Forms reminiscent of the small, 17th-19th century carved and turned household objects, collectively known as treen, hovered here in a multitude of jewel-like clusters. Bangles, vintage buttons, plastic bottle caps, hobnail lampshades and napkin rings were carefully stacked on top of one another to reveal complex symmetrical configurations.