Protoplasmic Alphabet by Jill Reynolds

BOMB 39 Spring 1992
Issue 39 039  Spring 1992
39 Reynolds Body

Jill Reynolds, Protoplasmic Alphabet, 1991, glass, silicone, cork, wax, 16 pcs., 3 × 2 × 2 inches.

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15 Butter 1 Body
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BOMB 39, Spring 1992

Featuring interviews with Terry Winters, Sheila Bosworth, Larry Fishburne, Adam Fuss, Tom DiCillo, Kim Wozencraft, Marcus Schubert, Emma Tennant, Todd Graff, Hedda Sterne, and Cucaracha Theatre.

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Issue 39 039  Spring 1992