Maud Bryt

I stack and shift block-like plaster parts, trying to get at the there-ness of self, other, and connectedness that comes from standing up to gravity alone and together. This, along with a sense of personality and particularity that comes from accidents.

 

EMAIL:

maudbrytwebsite@gmail.com

WEBSITE:

www.maudbryt.com

FACEBOOK:

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One Time, 2015. Plaster, burlap, acrylic paint.

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Listening In, 2015. Plaster, burlap, acrylic paint.

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Graces, 2015. Plaster, burlap, acrylic paint.

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Look Now, 2015. Plaster, burlap, acrylic paint.

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Don't Worry, 2015. Plaster, burlap, acrylic paint.

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You Know What I Mean, 2015. Plaster, burlap, acrylic paint.

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