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Graham Cracker Mud Fountain

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Results of my research on topics such as the history of plumbing, bathing, and the concept of cleanliness. Tiles are made of graham crackers sealed in polyester resin and allude to Sylvester Graham’s creation of this product in 1834 as a device for curbing young men's erotic impulses. A few photos and objects placed on the wall hint of the theme of ethnic cleansing. Prune juice drips through the bottle into the basin. There is a shoe-shaped tub called a Sabatier designed tor modesty in the l9th century.

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