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  • Gwen Hedley

    vjeranski: Brenda Mallory Capsules, 2006-2011, Waxed cloth, nuts, bolts, 11 units, each 10” x 10” x 17”

  • Patricia Montoya

    Brenda Mallory Capsules, 2006-2011, Waxed cloth, nuts, bolts, 11 units, each 10" x 10" x 17"-These look like pods-I very much like the idea of setting up a problem to create natural objects like a seed pod out of a variety of man made materials. You can also reverse the problem and fabricate an every day object like a high heel or a cup out of natural materials-i'll think about it

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