fake USD bills, stainless steel
56" x 36" x 36"
Overhang comes from the financial phrase "debt overhang", which describes a condition where a company or countries' growth is stifled by its debt burden. On a literal level, Overhang also describes the work which hangs from the ceiling.
This work is made out of hundreds of Origami cranes folded out of fake million USD bills that have been burned and torn. The cranes fly in a tornado alluding to our current economic storm caused by debt overhang on a national and personal level.