gravelike

gravelike

(ˈɡreɪvˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a grave
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Now, standing in the gravelike hole sifting through the everyday artifacts of an irrecoverable past, he reminds the reader that these large-scale events are also the stuff of intensely private experiences of pain, guilt, and longing.
The blockbuster Untitled (Hole), 2007, was an aluminum cast of a gravelike recess that, when shown at Sadie Coles HQ in London, appeared on the first floor as a pewter crevasse but was also visible from the basement below--as a hulking, positive mass that had ostensibly broken through the floor, leaving a serrated contour (itself a cast of the air in the hole above).
The gravelike pit in which the medical waste's ashes and solely the medical waste's ashes were to be buried was filled with solids.
Even in Quintett (1993)--a tribute to his dying wife, in which dancers periodically exited into a gravelike opening in the floor--the movement was lavishly violent, albeit comparatively subdued and more lyrical.