​On the interior of a bronze singing bowl a turbulent storm is cast in relief, with a central eye. NASA aerial imagery of hurricane Daniel as it passed over the Central Pacific Ocean has been translated into a solid material, transforming a familiar object of ritual. The title Siren refers to both the maritime warning siren and the Greek mythological creatures, half woman and half bird, that were said to lure sailors into storms with the haunting beauty of their song.

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