Comtemporary Art of Eric Ringsby
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Feminist Video Sculpture, 1993
TV, VCR, Video, mannequin, ironing board, two owners manuals. 48 x 12 x 48

Private Collection, Aspen, Colorado

Truth Spelled Backwards, 1994.
Cast Bronze, wood, velvet, silk, electric motors & motion detector, alter dimensions 3 x 2 x 4 feet., Cabinet housing alter 3 x 2 x 15 feet.

Exhibited at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

Mano Poderosa Collages, 1994.
Mixed-media collage, 36 x 24 inches

One of five collages.

Private collection, Mexico City, Mexico

Mano Poderosa No. 1, 1994.
Cast aluminum, concrete, camouflage netting and brick, 25 X 10 X 15 feet.

Studio installation, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Mano Poderosa No. 2, 1994
Cast Aluminum, concrete, wood, brick, TV, VCR, camouflage netting, cast bronze, artist video, "Portrait of the Artist as the Enemy", 25 x 10 x 15 feet.

Studio Installation, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Mano Poderosa No. 3, 1994
Cast Aluminum, cast concrete, copper, steel, aluminum, wood, astroturf, brick, cast bronze, TV, VCR, cast bronze, artist video, "Portrait of the Artist as the Enemy", 21 x 4 x 15 feet.

"Playing Around: An Exhibition of Mini-golf", Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado.

Dental Tool, 1995
Cast Aluminum, dental tools, steel and wax, 12 X 1 X 1 feet.

Collection of Hu-Friedy Corp., New York, New York.

The Art of Instant Deification Through Victimization, 1995
Performance, 50 x 6 x 100 inch wooden cross.

Good Friday, The Miracle Mile of Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

The Gulag, 1994
Cast cement, brick, camouflage net - 5 x 4 x 2 feet

Studio Installation, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Mano Poderosa No. 4, 1995
Cast Aluminum, concrete, wood, brick, TV, VCR, camouflage netting, cast bronze, artist video, "Portrait of the Artist as the Enemy", The four "Politically Correct Proclamations" use wood columns, brick, Styrofoam and paper, installation 21 x 10 x 15 feet.

"Master of Fine Arts Exhibition" , The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.