|Daniel Bejar||selected projects||statement / bio||current||cv||contact|
|Neither Here Nor There|
|Accessory For a Rear-view Forward|
|Stretchin a Dollar|
|Collecting the Sun|
|The Betsy Ross Trilogy|
|The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap|
|"Stretchin a Dollar"
one hundred U.S. cents flattened by freight trains
1" x 14.4'
Created during the global financial collapse of 2007-, one hundred U.S.
cents were flattened under the weight of capitalism.
Each coin that leaves the U.S. mint is given a birth date or production
date on it's face, and by flattening them, each coin has reached it's demise,
collectively taking one dollar out of circulation.
The dollar is installed in a horizontal line extending 14.4' on a wall.
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