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|Ten in One Hour (1992-96)|
|The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI|
On each glass shelf was a small object, made with grated soap, with various amounts of hair embedded in it. A bare light bulb hung over a wood box containing more soap objects. On the wall was a 1935 photograph of my grandmother, mother and aunts, and a text panel. The title, Ten in One Hour, referred to the rate at which I aspired to produce the soap objects.