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Sculpture: 'Pushed Out'
by Kerstin Hedström

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Architectural sculpture by sculptor Kerstin Hedström titled: 'Pushed Out'
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Sculpture description:
Kerstin Hedström often uses consumed objects, silent witnesses and symbols of events, feelings and experiences that, when put together, create patterns, surfaces and shapes. The objects, like other material she uses, vary depending on occasion and preconditions. She often chooses materials that break and reflect the light, create optical effects and lend her works life and movement. The collecting plays a substantial part of her work process. Commonly the object per se evokes thoughts and feelings at first. Then, during the collecting phase, ideas start to grow and slowly take shape. She has been collecting medicinal blisterpacks for many years. In each pack, she saw a reflection of the person who had pressed out the pill, as though the packs were storytellers. Some packs are pressed inward, handled in a rush. Others are neat and the transparent plastic around the pill has been put back into shape. Houses sometimes get to symbolize the ego and our concept of ourselves. By means of blisterpacks, thin offset plates, thin foam rubber and light Kerstin Hedström evokes thoughts on human togetherness, loneliness and desolation in the flickering light.
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Sculptor: Kerstin Hedström [sculptor profile]
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Category: Architectural Sculptures
Installation Sculpture
Glass or Acrylic Transparant Sculptures
Light and Sound sculpture
Every day Objects ( Sculptures of inorganic things)
Slow Art usually Abstract Modern and Recycled
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Title: Pushed Out
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Recommended Usage: Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
Year: 2015
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