To Cut Both Ways (sculpture)

© Susan Dorothea White

To Cut Both Ways (sculpture), 1996
chrome-plated bronze and scissors
6 x 37 x 15 cm

The idiom ‘to cut both ways’ is interpreted through hands that morph into scissors, to demonstrate that one’s actions have an equal effect on another.  Any potential movement of either pair of hands would activate both pairs of scissors equally.

- Susan Dorothea White

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