A snippet from Lauren Gallaspy’s statement: ‘I want to make work through which desire, pathos, and obsession are encouraged, and the translation of event into imagination is made physical — form follows fetish’. Gallaspy’s work, in both the two and three dimensional formats, manages to unite opposition, an act which both exposes and captures the […]
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