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 “These works began instinctively and unrestricted by consciousness
tion, began to look bodily. Upon this realization, I started working in a way that referenced the body while still letting the material dictate the form. I have come to view the work as analogous to myself and my experiences as I visually describe circumstances and sensations. These objects are a state of being, eliciting the complications of the body while obses- sion and ritual dictate their forms.”
Body Marching
plaster, fabric, nylons, rabbit skin glue, ceramic dimensions variable
or concept. The resulting forms, partially due to the nature of the material and partially due to my own manipula-
Sophia RuppeRt

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