Counts will show her “Computer” at Garboushian Gallery in Beverly Hills this May. After constructing it from walnut, glass, porcelain, copper, and a two-way mirror with a light inside, she poured epoxy over it to give it a glossy, dripping look. “When my parents got their first Mac SE when I was a kid, I thought it was the fanciest thing in the world,” she says.
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Counts will show her “Computer” at Garboushian Gallery in Beverly Hills this May. After constructing it from walnut, glass, porcelain, copper, and a two-way mirror with a light inside, she poured epoxy over it to give it a glossy, dripping look. “When my parents got their first Mac SE when I was a kid, I thought it was the fanciest thing in the world,” she says.