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Preservation 201860"x15"x7"Steel, Hair, Wood
In Victorian times, families would keep locks of hair from the deceased as a token to remember them. When preserved, hair will last centuries while the body begins to quickly deteriorate. The dead remain in our hearts and minds, but time takes its toll without notice. We cannot control the turning of time, so we pump the bodies of our loved ones full of Formaldehyde and other embalming fluids to try and prolong the inevitable. We try to salvage and control as much as possible to shield us from the reality of our own mortality. But time waits for...
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