"My recent installations employ the cultural associations of porcelain to invoke a range of conflicting responses. In representing familiar childhood experiences, I seek to question the nature of nostalgia and the in/authenticity of memory. Occupying both social and solitary space, my sculpture is simultaneously monument and souvenir - a mnemonic device that awakens feelings of loss and longing."Personally, I just think it's rather beautiful.
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