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The sculptures that comprise Mirror Works use symbolic forms to intimate physical and psychological constraints of the body. Constructed in steel or wrapped in lead, these works counterpose tensile strength and mass with fragile or transitory materials such as blown glass, water and mercury to suggest oppositions of containment and release. The mirror components deployed in the work represent a split or crisis of identification, as they also insinuate the body’s absence.

A selection of earlier sculpture use aggregate forms to comment on identity, desire and sexuality.

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