1.4 x .1 m
First cleaning plaster from life cast .
1.2 x .9 m
Despite the Agnus Dei being such a common image, as and as such has carried its currency everywhere, it is rooted with a single patriarchal root of Christ.
The sheep as allegory for our other selves, has infinite transgressive possibilities, perhaps as maternal, to offer a new way of looking at our ontology.
1.5 x. 1 m