Strange Chemistry exhibition - Margaux Crump
Margaux Crump’s work investigates change. She notes, “Life cycles are especially evocative and I find myself continually exploring the materials, visual language, and emotions that embody cyclical transformation.” More specifically, Crump is intrigued by human response to the inevitable changes that occur both within and around us. The series of sculptures in Strange Chemistry considers human reception to birth, decay, and desire as informed by the fragility of one’s own existence.
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201 E. Davie St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
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