phalli


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phal·li

 (făl′ī′)
n.
A plural of phallus.
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Phalli appeared in force at Rosen as well, popping up everywhere in a gallery set as a cold garden of unearthly delights--these and other sculpted bits of human anatomy (which the artist referred to as "souvenirs") populated an array of flower beds, birdcages, and terrarium-like vitrines, often paired with unexpected found objects and arrangements of mutant flora.
In protest, a resident took down an exhibit consisting of "21 brightly colored ceramic phalli dandling from a clothesline" in the building and replaced it with a flag.
Spectators touch the tips of the phalli to ensure good health for their children A man prays at a smaller building which houses a selection of natural and human-made objects, all with a phallic theme.