67 Attendants is ongoing series of abstracted portraits based on the crushed skull and headdress on view at The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Located in the Near East and Babylonian Section, the flattened remains belong to only one of sixty-seven attendants found in the “Great Death Pit” of Queen Puabi. Both funerary masks and disembodied silhouettes, this collection of collages is a meditation on the impacted lives of others together altered by one individual’s fatal experience.

The First Attendant

Attendant Two

Attendant Three

Attendant Four

Attendant Five

Attendant Six

Attendant Seven

Attendant Eight

Attendant Nine

Attendant Ten

Attendant Eleven

Attendant Twelve

Attendant Thirteen

Attendant Fourteen

Attendant Fifteen

Attendant Sixteen

Attendant Seventeen

Attendant Eighteen

Attendant Nineteen

Attendant Twenty

Attendant Twenty-One

Attendant Twenty-Two

Attendant Twenty-Three

Attendant Twenty-Four

Attendant Twenty-Five

Attendant Twenty-Six

Attendant Twenty-Seven

Attendant Twenty-Eight

Attendant Twenty-Nine

Thirty

Attendant Thirty-One

Attendant Thirty-Two

Attendant Thirty-Three