Tornadoes Don't Discriminate with Nobody

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    Photo: Gamma One Conversions
1990
Corrugated tin and enamel on wood
48 x 72 x 4 inches

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Dial Jr. again uses nature to make a social statement in Tornadoes Don’t Discriminate with Nobody. Into a plywood panel he carves houses and trees.

Dial Jr. again uses nature to make a social statement in Tornadoes Don’t Discriminate with Nobody. Into a plywood panel he carves houses and trees. They are caught up in a swirl of red, white, and blue. Causing this indiscriminate turmoil, and altering the order of what is likely meant to represent American society, is Nature, a cut out funnel of corrugated metal.