Temple: Show and Tell Ediions/Unorignal Sins, 2019<BR>
13.5 x 8 x 9.3cm, two part black plastic box with label. Inside the box is a rough chunk of volcanic rock from Edinburgh’s Arthur’s Seat, a pair of small size pink women’s panties which are wrapped around the rock and an original signed drawing pasted to the bottom of the box by Paul-Armand Gette of a volcano/vulva. The inner box lid has a label signed and numbered by Gette in pencil. One of ONLY 15 numbered and signed boxes. Released on the occasion of ‘”What Volcano?” said the King.’ Gette’s only ever Scottish solo exhibition at Lust & The Apple Gallery, Temple, Scotland in March 2019. Gwenhwyfar was, of course, the Welsh name of King Arthur’s wife Guinevere.  A statement on lust, sexuality and the limitaitons of old age. Fine condition.<BR><BR>

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