Doll parts live at the intersection between motherhood and destruction. The frozen looks on their faces and the frozen positions of their fingers like Magritte’s granny smith represent the unknown and therefore the possibility of fear. When masks and other parts of dolls are brought into the mixture the landscape becomes grotesquely warm. This is what I was experimenting with in the series Dolls. I hope you enjoy. – Jedediah Laub-Klein ...
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