Belinda Hanson

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Part of a long history of modernist sculpture of assemblage and found materials (think Duchamp, Schwitters, and the Surrealists), and part of a growing trajectory of contemporary interventions using minimalist forms . . .” Hanson’s work asks us to contemplate the boundary between human and inhuman, nature and artifice, sameness and difference—and feel wonder.”


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