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Zoom 3 cast resin sculptures highlighting traditionally ‘black’ facial features, in tones coloured with iron, brass and copper filings. Laid on a white background.
Zoom Iron/black stone coloured resin cast sculpture of a face with no eyes, with a focus on the large lips and nose, highlighting traditionally ‘black’ facial features.
Zoom Close up of black woman’s hand holding a small iron/black stone coloured resin cast sculpture of a face with no eyes.
Zoom Copper/bronze coloured resin cast sculpture of a face with no mouth, with a focus on the nose and closed eyes.
Zoom Close up of black woman’s hand holding a small Copper/bronze coloured resin cast sculpture of a face with no mouth, with closed eyes.
Zoom Brass coloured resin cast sculpture of a face with no mouth or nose with a focus on the eyes which are closed tight.
Zoom Close up of black woman’s hand holding a small brass coloured resin cast sculpture of a face with no mouth or nose with a focus on the eyes which are closed tight.

BLK Features

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Set of 3

Unique resin casts of hand made sculptures, making a gorgeous trio to display in your home.

Each approx. 5cm x 5cm x 4cm
Resin, iron filings, brass filings and copper filings 

Original piece

 

Lauren-Marie Haywood (she/her) is a multidisciplinary portrait artist, born and raised in East London. While the mediums and materials she uses may vary, Haywood’s ability to create incredible pieces that celebrate black women in their beauty, strength, vulnerability, and struggles, shines through each artwork.

BLK Features

$89.22

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

“These little cuties were casting experiments for a larger project that challenged the definition of blackness. What makes a person ‘Black’? Are defining elements of blackness limited to complexion? To a shared set of experiences? How do fixed perceptions of race limit us in our interaction of others, and even in our understanding of ourselves?”

- Lauren-Marie Haywood


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