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Karla Black

August 22, 2011

 Karla Black’s tactile assemblages are persistently threatened by decay.  The unstable properties of the structural materials, like cardboard, paper, plaster powder and cosmetic products, ensure each impermanent, site-specific work is permeated by the malleable energy of their delicate lifespans.

“I use impermanent and raw materials like paper, polythene, plaster powder, and cosmetic products in my sculptures not because they easily change and decay but because I want the energy, life, and movement that they give”.

Karla Black

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