Detective Special | Author: Prudence Murphy
The images are formal, ordered, and perfectly proportioned so as to mimic the finely rendered and dissected parts of real gun components provided for the customising of weapons. They may also suggest the rituals of stripping and cleaning of weapons; or bring to mind the documentary images of guns confiscated and destroyed by law enforcement authorities; or the phenomenon of contraband weapons – where guns are dismantled and sent piecemeal over a period of time, or smuggled across borders.
Author: Prudence Murphy
32 x 24cm
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