Delicate Debris began with a plastercast of the upper part of my torso,head and arm. When I hung the cast on the wall, I then felt compelled to destroy it, and cut a hole in the hanging hand. This was in rememberance of a golden avocado pit once held. The piece was completed with paper and bits of ornate fabric, and other once valuable bits and pieces. My body, partially detroyed, together with these other materials taken out of their normal contexts, their defining edges also destroyed,reminded me of the debris one finds on the beach, of items once prized for other uses, but still beautiful. The partial plexiglass on the upper left corner symbolizes the former value.