The two neon heads in a state of perpetual absorption and interrelationship generate the Caduceus symbol. Originally representative of the messenger of the Earth Mother some 6000 years ago, the Caduceus has since become a sign of friendship, peace and negotiation and symbol for alchemy and transformative powers.
More recently Clendenon discovered a centuries-old library in India where he found diagrams o mercury vortex engines, the Caduceus he believed was an ancient symbol of electromagnetic flight and cosmic energy.
Materials : Neon, perspex, mirror
Dimensions : 61cm x 61cm x 12cm
Edition of 6
Kinetica Art Fair 2011
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