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Sarcophagi House

2013, 110x110x30 cm
Wood, plaster, wire, pigments, plastic plants,stones, sculptures of sarcophagi made of wax.

While making reproductions of a Sarcophagus pencil case I used and treasured when I was a child, it occurred to me that I should build them a house. Every Sarcophagus doll got its own room, and I tried to make them feel at home by creating individual archeological gardens.

Was also the Cover of Home(less)ness zine. Geographies of Identity, edited by Luna Goldberg & Anne van den Bergh, page 43,

House for Sarcophags
House in an environment built for it
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