ANOTHER RARE GLIMPSE AT AIM'S TREASURED OBJECT D'ART
CURATOR'S CATALOGUE - 2001

OBJECT: AIM OdA #302
Weight: 200 gm, Color: Usually found varities of bright colors between green to red.
Found: In AIM fridge.*

OBJECT: AIM OdA #303
The Balougar frog. 7 cm long, Said to contain human DNA, the object is kept on ice in a high security area of the AIM studio.
OBJECT: AIM OdA #304
Circular cotton and silk embroidered pouch. Diameter 10 cm. Weight 3 g. Discovered in a vault in the Phillipines in 1974. Held in the Winter private collection until 1986.
OBJECT: AIM OdA #305
Bacchanal Triad. Religious artefact from the basal beds of the Chabat river in Antarctica. Ca. 65 million years ago. 50x50x30 cm. Petrified ice-chips and lichen.
OBJECT: AIM OdA #306
Catalogue Description: Weight: 35kg Size: 7.5 x 6cm (base) 6cm high Outer made from: The casing of this 'snowdome' is made from an unknown, dense resin-type material.
OBJECT: AIM OdA #307
Catalogue Description: Frilly Blue Umbrella, Height: 80cm, Diameter (open): 1.1m, Features: Collapsible, Pointy, Velcro tie
OBJECT: AIM OdA #308
Device of great spiritual power construced from an unknowed material which is tougher than diamond. Origins are unknown.
OBJECT: AIM OdA #309
Found on the beach 1908. 7 cm tall, manufactured from discarded dishwashing gloves. Sacred object associated with ceremonies to induce high levels of creative activity.

 

 


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