Rachel Hines

Collective urn

Collective urn

Clay pot constructed with coiling method; made in two parts, and joined with a communal slab.

A vessel for one to be stored in anticipation of the other. A wall divides the urn into two sections. The wall does not touch the bottom so that our ashes can mix. When the ashes are scattered, once both bodies have filled the urn, it will be a final attempt to fill the same space.

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