The Photograph Gallery
United States-born, Eire-based mostly artist Clare Conway turns porcelain paper clay into gravity defying sculptures that seem like actual paper. The “paper” imitates private paperwork regarding her relationships and are redacted and censored to guard her privateness from being judged but in addition displaying how private and non-private info is shortly turning into one because of the abundance of social media platforms.
By selectively censoring sure info, the phrases that stay pique curiosity within the viewer forcing them to query what was as soon as there.
Paper itself has no worth and can decompose however through the use of porcelain for the challenge, she data the knowledge and creates lasting paperwork that mirror the significance of those previous relationships.
[h/t Jonny Campbell]