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Isabella Shaw
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My work combines details of plant, animal, human, and soil into •
twisting hybrids; earthly, bodily structures with organic connections. They are life forms that are growing, consuming, and evolving, representing the interchange of matter and the importance of nature.
I want my works to look like they could have lived, or are alive, and hope for them to help bridge the disconnect between us and the earth.
watercolour and ink on paper 76cm x 112cm
clay 30cm x 25cm x 25cm
we are all dirt (installation details)
clay, soil, ash, charcoal, ochre, sap, bark, branches, thread, paper Dimensions Variable

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