INVERTED LANDSCAPES NO. 1, NECKLACE, 2015

Blackened sterling silver, plaster, steel wire When looking at the physical structure of entropy it can be explained with nouns such as disruption, dissolution, disintegration, erosion, which are words that I have used to guide some of the visual presences in this body of work. I built ridged structures of either plaster or porcelain around organic forms. The organic materials were burned out of the ridged structures, leaving behind negative spaces. These negative spaces can also be regarded as alternative versions of inverted landscapes. Model: Johan van Aswegen Photo: Josephine Hjort

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