Hammond_Meeting of Passion and Intellect

Two wooden armatures that are tightly wrapped with cloth and then coated with acrylic paint, latex rubber, and other materials. The end result resembles black mattress or raft forms.

Harmony Hammond’s sculpture The Meeting of Passion and Intellect (1981) is partly a meditation on lesbian identity, but is fundamentally about the relationships between two entities—whether people or ideas—that merge but remain discrete.

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