Two for One

Don Driver, Artist

This is one of the sculptures in our collection. It was made in 1983. The place where it was made is unknown.
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About the Work
By 1975 Don began working in what would become his signature format using hanging plastic banners, tarpaulins and blankets adorned with an assortment of ‘found’ everyday objects such as clothing, tools, doormats, and animal skins.
- Paul Rayner, from the introductory text for 'Don Driver: Practical Magic', 2002.
1840 x 1020mm need a depth measurement for how far the fork protrudes
fabric, rope and found objects on PVC tarpaulin
Fabric assemblage using ready-made garments stitched onto a tarpaulin with a pitch fork attached between the two garments.
Credit Line
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Gift of the artist, 1984.
Collection Type
Permanent collection
Acquisition Date
Nov 1984



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