/ˈbēzôr/: from the Arabic [bazahr or badzehr] meaning counter-poison.
A stone-like mass of indigestible material found in the GI tract of animals & humans, believed at various points in history to be an antidote to poison and a good luck or protection charm.
A prescription in the form of a sculpture, born from sickbed questions to Asclepius:
Who or what heals?
To whom do we assign the power and the privilege?
Is the poison (or the pain) the healer?
Is the decent into (mental or physical) illness a miners mission for the excavation of precious and valuable materials?
Dedicated as an offering to Saint Rita of Cascia: Patron Saint of Impossible causes (as well as sickness, wounds, abuse & mothers), on her feast day May the 22nd.