For this project, Laurie Beth Clark invited hundreds of artists to create a single bone, a cluster of bones, or an artwork that is inspired by, uses, or plays with the idea of bones. The works are in many media, in two, three, or four dimensions. The contributions are political statements and personal elegies, memorials to individuals or statements about mortality. Some represent connections to our ancestors and/or to our descendants. Some are serious and some use bones in a completely playful manner.
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