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Una casa más pequeña
Lucy Skaer
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Una casa más pequeña
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Lucy Skaer
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Esta exposición muestra una serie de esculturas creadas durante los últimos cinco años, para las cuales la artista toma diversos elementos de la casa donde creció, para modificarlos formal y simbólicamente. Más allá de realizar un ejercicio nostálgico, Lucy Skaer (Cambridge, Reino Unido, 1975) explora en estas piezas los posibles significados que pueden tener los objetos transformados.

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