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Lucy Ellerton

At first glance and on the surface the works appear to be a generalised critique of consumerism, the American Dream. Instead, they become a commemoration not only of losing family and all that comes with it but a material encounter of the dynamic of a lifelong relationship... A passing of a vision or a fantasy of America that is no longer possible to uphold... The stockpiling of products to keep entropy at bay is mirrored in the meticulously precise remaking of each item.

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