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Simple Shape Play in 2D and 3D

Elizabeth Atterbury has explored forms in the shape of hands, tennis courts, and even tabs from breast milk bags in her latest works. The artist has been blurring the boundaries between two and three dimensional work. Her work previously explored pattern in the form of corrugated card photographed to produce dense grids.
“I wanted to create a space that felt infinitely deep,” the artist recalls, “like an endless corridor of mirrors, but at the same time impenetrable, like when a window is removed from a building and filled in with brick.”
Elizabeth Atterbury
Elizabeth Atterbury
Elizabeth Atterbury
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