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Neil Eustache, How can I save what's leaved by culture and still make a living off it?, 1997 (BG1934). Photo: Howard Ursuliak.
Artwork

How can I save what's leaved by culture and still make a living off it?

Artist/Creator
Neil Eustache (Artist)
Date
1994
ID #
BG1934

Physical Description

Medium
clothing, newspaper, video tape, leather slipper, bottle
Support
Dimensions
84.5 cm 153 cm (Component)

Shirt)


96.5 cm 43 cm (Component)

Pants)


84 cm 159 cm (Component)

Jacket)


82 cm 104 cm

Jacket)


17 cm (Component)

Glass bottle)


31 cm (Component)

Plastic bottle)


7.5 cm 10 cm (Component)

Slipper)

Object Description
Installation includes a shirt: (cotton & polyester, beige Woodwards Classic Mens), pants: (polyester, brown men's), a jacket: (cotton with polyester lining, green , blue & white flannel plaid, with white buttons, Luigi Rossi), a blazer: (brown, orange and blue plaid with 2 light brown & 2 black buttons), a newspaper folded in the right pocket (Vancouver Sun Business section dated Wed. July 15, 1998
-also crumpled up classified page: employment section with a half completed crossword in black ink and a missing 5.0 x 5.0 cm corner that has been ripped out), a video tape: (VHS Fuji tape with clear scotch tape to prevent recording over), a glass bottle (473 ml Fruitopia bottle), a plastic bottle (2 litre Coke bottle), a slipper: (leather and plastic tape, men's right)
 

History

Collection
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Permanent Collection
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Permanent Collection
Credit Line
Purchased, 1998
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