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In the piece Orange Jelly, I have recycled an unexpected material into a new form, much like fungi themselves. Orange sweaters from thrift stores were reused to create this large-scale fungal invasion. This sculpture is about transformation, decay, change, and rebirth, ideas echoed in all the steps of making this work. Once Orange Jelly is installed in a gallery space, it symbolically represents a network of transformative decay below the surface of the gallery walls. It is something mysterious, curious, and invasive. In each space it grows uniquely in response to the space in a way an organism would. This keeps the work exciting, pushing me to exhibit repeatedly.
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Found Material - recycled sweaters
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