Perching proudly upon its catch, Prehistoric Prank resembles an eager terrier looking for praise.

This historical ancestor to the modern-day Pranks has found a handy skull and has cleverly used it as a helmet – or perhaps it is pure decoration? Does it wear it because it thinks it looks dandy?

The sentient egg, cornered by Prehistoric Prank has a formidable self-defence mechanism – spontaneous combustion.  It is not an easy catch as first thought.

  • Prehistoric Prank, 2015
  • Hot joined, blown and solid glass
  • Dimensions: 46 x 39 x 11cm
  • First exhibited in Magic Object: Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art in 2016.

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