Man on the Top by Joel Otterness

BOMB 6 Summer 1983
006 Summer 1983

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Joel Otterson, Man on the Top, 1982, marble and wood, 72 × 11 × 11 inches. Courtesy of Nature Morte.

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Mel Kendrick’s studio has always been filled with tools. The place feels like an extension of his brain and body, a labyrinth of identity projection and maintenance where thought occurs through the manipulation of inert material rather than the coursing circuits of neurotransmission.

Rooster by Brett DePalma
Brett DePalma, Rooster, 1987, mixed media, 22 × 13 × 15 inches. Courtesy of Joe Fawbush Gallery.

Mixed-media sculpture, Rooster by Brett DePalma.

Two Works by Jene Highstein
Jene Highstein, Untitled, 1988, bone black pigment on rag paper, framed 66 x 51½ inches. Courtesy of Michael Klein Inc.

Two works by Jene Highstein—one bone black pigment drawing on rag paper and one sculpture of carved elm.

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BOMB 6, Summer 1983

Kathy Acker, Jene Highstein, Mark Pauline, James “Son” Thomas, art by Anthony McCall, Judy Pfaff, Julia Heyward, and more.

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006 Summer 1983