Sanhedrin 6:4

A work in three parts. 2012, 18’ x 8’ x 6’ – downed aspen, cedar, rope, fabric

From 2010-2012 in the US, there were ~1100 pieces of proposed legislation aimed at women's reproductive rights, overwhelmingly in/from Confederate states. Simultaneously, there was a growing movement of islamophobia, using the icon of the burqa as representative of the oppression of women.

Sanhedrin 6:4 is a passage in the Hebrew Talmud, in which the procedures are described for stoning a woman to death for the crime of adultery.