porcelain, wood, hardboard
This object holds projectiles while they are loaded with the wheat gluten. The projectiles are then launched from the Ballistic Missile Defence System.
“These bombs, when employed on the enemy submarines would release the refined, proteinous gluten into the coastal waters. This chemical reaction would produce a thick gummy mess that rendered the enemy submarines immobile and ripe for capture.”
From my exhibition The Saskatchewan Maritime Museum
Here's a link to an article written about the show in GalleriesWest