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Rona Pondick

The sculptures of Pondick had always contain a little bit of sadism and oral fixation. Works as Treats and Mound are made of a large amount of mouths without a body, showing their teeth, perhaps hungry of something unkown. Pondick art itself don’t pretend to create a controversy. Many feminist have declare Pondick art as one of the arts that encourage the creational process.

Born April 18, 1952. Brooklyn New York

Sculpture

Treats
1992, Plastic and rubber teeth, Unique
350 heads, each approximately 1 3/4 x 2 1/4 x 2 in (4.44 x 5.71 x 5.08 cm) 
dimensions variable

Picture taken from Rona Pondick 

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Mound
1990, Plastic, wax, newspaper, and chattering teeth, Unique
19 x 42 x 15 in (48.26 x 106.68 x 38.1 cm)

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Little Bathers
 

1990-91, 

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