Sculpture, 'Bridal Costume for an FJ Holden, discarded', fibreglass/steel, Margaret Dodd, NSW, Australia, 1987
Car sized sculpture cast from an FJ Holden. Modelled in fibreglass over a steel frame, painted white. Features flowers and bridal veil, made from chicken wire, on the roof and boot. There is a large gash torn in the side to symbolise an escaping bride.
A small sculpture in the shape of a winged sphinx is used as a hood ornament. The car door handle is in the shape of a human hand on the left side of the object.
initialled and dated inside " MD / 87"
paper cut out adhered to inside body [information printed onto cut out relates to dictionary meaning for the word Sphinx]