Salt, Water, Millet 2017 – 2021
Tom Ashcraft, students from Public Practice, School of Art + Design, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina, U.S.*
Salt, Water, Millet, 2019 – 2021
Salt: 49 x 29 x 11 in, (124.46 x 76.66 x 27.94 cm), Water: 42 x 24 x 12 in, (116.84 x 60.96 x 30.48 cm)
Millet: 46 x 24 x 22 in (116.84 x 60.96 x 55.88 cm)
Each sculpture is a derivation of an object specific to Niger: a salt pillar, water-well pulley, and bundle of millet. This artwork is meant to represent critical elements of well-being and the human condition, both locally and globally.
* Public Practice student collaboration and research team, School of Art + Design, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina, U.S. 2017 – 2021
Angela Babb (MAT), Raymond Baccari (MFA), Brendan Best, (MFA), Samantha Blanchard (BSED), Eli Blasko (MFA), Kate Chassner (MFA), Annabela Cockrell (BFA), Kyra Deeter (BSED), Chelsea Dobert-Kehn (MFA), Javier Fox (MFA), Constance Griffin (MAT), Matt Hellgeth (MFA), Perry Houlditch (MFA), Samuel Hutchison (BFA), Mo Kessler (MFA), Todd Martin (BFA), Sara Method (MFA), Kylie Price (MFA), Zachary Rogers (MFA), Kaitlen Rowland (MAT), Lydia See (MFA), Taran Swimmer (MAT), Lex Turnbull (MFA), Charlotte White (MFA