A selection of sculptures by artist Sara Allen Prigodich. Interested in the malleable nature of memory and its ability to “restructure reality” or “erode the truth,” Prigodich’s sculptures play with materials that appear both soft and pliable — like the flesh of the body — yet hardened and permanent:
“The use of materials such as wood and concrete creates a physical and psychological intimacy around a space that is associated with home, structure and shelter. The making process involves a conscious act of piecemeal construction; building as needed to conceal or support the centralized ceramic form. Their fixed state serves as a means to document a single instance of a recalled event, to create a calcified moment of the past.”
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