Artifacts of a One-Man Tribe - Kapu Sticks






Kapu Sticks
are daunting modern-day interpretations of boundary markers that have been used by various cultures throughout history. They symbolize division of the land and imposition of social separation by use of intimidating images.


"I don't think it's this way"
Kapu Stick, 2000

[H 51" W 5"]
"Where are we?"
Kapu Stick, 2000

[H 62" W 4"]
"I think we should go back"
Kapu Stick, 2000

[H 52" W 5"]
"I think we are lost"
Kapu Stick, 2000

[H 68" W 4"]
"I'd turn back if I were you"
Kapu Stick, 2000

[H 62" W 4"]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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