PRINT September 1967

Bruce Conner Makes a Sandwich

THE ARTIST’S KITCHEN IS ON the third floor of a Brookline, Massachusetts, apartment house. The room has a north window and a west window, a north door to the porch and an east door to the hallway and a south door to a small pantry passageway. There are yellow and white cotton curtains in the doorways. There is a closet with a cupboard in it. Yellow walls, white woodwork. White and silver linoleum floor. Cardboard box on the floor. A yellow wastebasket. A round wooden table. Red roses on the table. A white chair with a pink, blue and white pillow. A stool with a yellow butterfly print checkered pillow. A mahogany chair with a telephone directory and a Sears Roebuck catalog. An aluminum painted radiator. A metal pan with five potted plants is on the radiator. A Frigidaire, a sink, a gas stove, an electric toaster, a Cherry-O cream cheese pie collage, a flower painting and a wreath painting

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