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Lot 3      
Robert Anthony O’Halloran

Polyp #106...#110 (from Ursula's Garden at Sibling)
gypsum cement, latex, personal lubricant, rust
8" x 18" x 3" (approximate)
Estimate $100

Courtesy of the artist

Working primarily in installation, Robert Anthony O’Halloran’s process-driven work is informed by site-specificity, psycho-spatiality, vulnerability and play. Polyp #106...#110 is a microcosm of a larger installation composed of a one-hour soundscape and 222 rhythmically writhing plaster casts produced in situ at Sibling (Toronto) earlier this year. O’Halloran is an artist based in Toronto, whose recent solo and group exhibitions include Sibling, Bunker 2, Art Metropole, Little Sister, LAUNDRY ROOM, AC Repair Co., Warner Gallery, Koffler Gallery and Karl Projects (all Toronto). Upcoming projects include a solo presentation at The Table (Toronto).