MFA

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Rachel Clark

Ceramics

Found Frying Pan for Cooking Crayfish Over the Campfire The origin of the object is still under investigation. The flood swollen creeks of North Western Pennsylvania often carry objects far from their point of origin. The object is used to boil the native crayfish over a small campfire. In order to engage with this object, participants must harvest crayfish from the adjacent stream. Typically, a small waterproof containment device is used to house the crayfish while creek water is boiled.