Bethany Springer


Concrete, red iron oxide, cast bronze, UHMW polyethylene, gold mirrored acrylic, rubber, light
96" x 84" x 12"

A polyethylene car battery, bronze jumper cables, and a bronze branch are situated on top of cast concrete pavers. This piece references the practice of dowsing, also known as divining, the practice of seeking water (or other liquids) aided only by a forked or pointing device.