Sweet Dredge (51°30'32.2"N 0°05'20.3"W) is a hanging sculpture made from animal bones and materials found on the river Thames outside a former meat packing plant now turned fitness center complete with climbing wall. The work combines the bones with climbing rope and debris in a playful manner: two systems of processing flesh on the same site.
2016, Bone, Calking, Rope, wood, spray-paint, 45x35x25cm (head without rope) hung from 150 cm above ground
Sweet Dredge Installation shot from "Robert Hitzeman: StoneLickers Dessins"
LeHic. Brussels, Belgium. January 2017
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