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April 15 to July 3, 2011

Grandpa Used to Wash My Hands with Gasoline

Clint Neufeld

Neufeld, from Osler Saskatchewan, is ex military and a former firefighter. He works with concepts of masculine identity, currently in the form of ceramic transformations of engines and transmissions. Taking a typically male pre-occupation with muscle cars, he replicates these components in ceramic. Finished like fine china, these sculptures take a grease monkey's love of car parts and transform them into something precious. Placed on teacarts or chaises lounge, these are made the object of attention the equivalent of a prized tea service or reclining nude.

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