Mr. Knife, Miss Fork
Now we’re going to take a trip. Every night we’ll have a new room, but always with the twin beds as close as possible to each other, and we’ll talk a long time before going to sleep. We’ll stay in bed late every morning. We’ll eat in dining cars, and so that nobody will recognize us I’ll call you Miss Fork. You, you’ll call me Mr. Knife, and people will think we’re a Spanish couple on our honeymoon.
Rene Crevel, Babylon 1927
Mr. Knife, Miss Fork is a collection of accessories and a formal study of archetypal shapes that play upon the Surrealist notion that the object is not just the object.