Dichotomy - Kate MccGwire

Internationally renowned British sculptor Kate MccGwire works are familiar yet otherworldly, beautiful and disgusting, tranquil and malicious. "I am interested in how we are drawn to things but repelled by them at the same time – the familiar, when seen out of place that defies reason. My forms are bodily & linked with our selves, but made alien by the materials I use." Kate MccGwire

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