Carapace
2009. Industrial waste bins. 11.63 x 26.25 x 21.9 ft. Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, NY. Photo: Mathieu Génon, courtesy of the artist, Casey Kaplan, NY, and Frac des Pays de la Loire, France.

Blanket No. 7
2008. Professional sports jerseys. 69 x 53½ in. Courtesy of the Sender Collection.

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(L to R) 1980, 1970, and 1960
2007. Golf bags with golf balls and painted golf tees. 139 x 38 x 27 in., 151 x 29 x 30 in., and 156 x 48 x 36 in. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. L, purchased with the assistance of The David Yuile and Mary Elizabeth Hodgson Fund, 2007. M, promised gift of Rosamond Ivey. R, promised gift of Michael and Sonja Koerner. Photo: Craig Boyko.

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The Prince
2006. Baseball gloves and dress form. 82 x 24 x 19½ in. Courtesy of the Sender Collection. Photo: Adam Reich, courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, NY.

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Prototype for New Understanding #23
2005. Nike Air Jordans. 18½ x 20½ x 57/8 in. Collection of Debra and Dennis Scholl. Courtesy of Debra and Dennis Scholl.

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Prototype for New Understanding #10
2001. Nike Air Jordans. 11 x 14 x 23 in. Rennie Collection, Vancouver. Photo courtesy of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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Shapeshifter
2000. White polypropylene plastic chairs. 57 x 260 x 52 in. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Purchased 2001.

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brian jungen: strange comfort // October 16, 2009–August 8, 2010 // NMAI on the National Mall, Washington, DC