Steven and William Ladd, ‘1977’, 2010, Mingei International Museum

A grid of pencil boxes with a shred landscape drawn with yellow colored pencil and pencil. Pencil grids drawn in the center of the boxes represent the tulle that would be covering over cutouts that penetrate the boxes. Framed in Navy 1” invisible dog trimming with electrical tape sealing an OP3 Plexiglas and an archival board.

Steven: “ Sooo, David.... we can dig in the dirt, we can swing, or we can kiss.”
William: "Weren’t you like six?"
Steven and William: (Laughing)

Function and Fantasy: Steven and William Ladd. Mingei International Museum, San Diego, California. 2014. Curator Christine Knoke.

Steven and William Ladd: Shaboygen. The Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, New York. 2012.

Steven and William Ladd: 9769 Radio Drive. The Contemporary Museum, Hawaii. 2011. Curator Jay Jensen.

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