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Photo Description:
Lucy created this mixed media sculpture in response to her Fine Art GCSE 'Structures' project, using found objects. She utilised objects that we in the western world throw away without a second thought, such as plastic cutlery, television remotes, sunglasses, and clothes pegs, and lit the sculpture from within using fairy lights, which accentuate the complex skeletal forms created by the objects. She used these every-day objects to create a beautiful sculpture of a horse, full of dynamism and movement, which comments on the disposability and impermanence of much of the modern world.
 
Author
Lucy Baker , 16 yrs
 
School
The Hurst Community College