ReDefining the Object, exhibition held at the Robert and Elaine Stein galleries at Wright State University from February 22 through April 3, 1988. The piece shown in this image was created in 1987 by Haim Steinbach and is titled "End of Day Obsession (2)". It was created using black medicine balls, "Calphalon" stock pots, black towels, "gun lites", and a wood laminate shelf. It measures 137" x 40.25" x 17.5".
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University
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Steinbach, Haim, "Redefining the Object 016: End of Day Obsession (2)" (1988). ReDefining the Object. 16.
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