Fibreglass mannequin limb, steel, lamp shade, electrical fitting. 42cm high.
This one is about the intimacy that does (or more often doesn't) go along with male friendships.
There's a complex etiquitte to hugs and handshakes between male friends, apparently determined by how it's been since you saw them
last or expect to see them again. I guess this means I won't get a last manly hug from any friend who dies unexpectedly. Oh well.
It's still nice to know that they're there. Good friends make life bearable. For a similar - but not - take on this issue, check this
This piece was bought by the proprietors of the Hand of Law gallery.
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