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Jasmine Stanford
 
 
 
 
 
 
" I work fluidly between 2D and 3D, translating forms into both dimensions, focusing on our relationships in the current day, never stopping to pause and look at each other in the eye. But when we do, it can become uncomfortable and intimate. I have created sculptures that appear gooey in texture and vivid in colour. The organic shapes do not represent forms from the real world. The brightness and playfulness of them are striking and ambiguous, I want you to make up your own mind as to what they are. You may find them intriguing or repelling, tricking your senses to whether they are solid, liquid, heavy, light, soft or hard. You may catch sight of something partially hidden that needs to be explored. Just a glimpse can let them become worlds with their own set of rules for space and dimensionality that show the fluid nature of reality. "