Vague face, dream-like visions and bits of phrases are all part of this cast glass triptych.
"Face it", "Femur" * and "Her Life" – each panel features the "furcula" (the "wish bone"**) which is considered to be a good luck charm. Here it is used as a symbolic reminder of childhood hopes and ambitions.
This project embodies an important human bone and a significant bird's bone thus the secret historic human ambition to fly like birds though their body structure does not allow it.
* The femur is the longest, heaviest, and strongest bone in the human body. The main function of the femur is weight bearing and stability of gait. It is an essential component of the lower kinetic chain.
** One of the more iconic images of the holidays is that of two family members (usually children) fighting over a "wishbone". Each struggle to crack the bone and get the bigger piece, ensuring good luck and that his or her wish will be granted. The origins of wishbones as lucky charms go all the way back to ancient times.