Installation view of Abigail DeVille’s site-specific installation in Rites of Spring, now on view at CAMH.

Abigail DeVille
Television Torus (installation view), 2014
Baby coffin, bicycle parts, carpet padding, colored chalk, doors, electronic equipment, footboard, gaff tape, mirror, hardware, headboard, paint, painted wood, paneling, plaster, plastic sheeting, portable hand lamps, plywood, screen door, shutters, televisions, vinyl tape, wood palette
Courtesy the artist
Photo: Max Fields

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