Sondheim/ Dworkin duet

Below, a harrow - a farm implement with cocked teeth - supports a panel with ribboned text that offers an unlikely link between the rage of Sondheim’s Mama Rose Lee, and the rage of Andrea Dworkin.

Some people got it, and make it pay/
Some people can’t even give it away/
This people’s got it, and this people’s spreading’ it around/

But someday someone will notice: that people called women were buried in a long silence that meant dissent/
And that the pornographers - with needles set in like the teeth of a harrow - chattered on

steel, mahogany, cherry, ash, and birch veneer, plywood
72”w x 32”h x 48”d