The subject matter of Mashanda Scott’s sculptures is ordinary, everyday objects but what she creates is far from ordinary. Using a thick, faux-suede material, she stitches, sands and paints every little detail and replicates ubiquitous, functional objects. The irony, of course, is that these nearly perfect replicas are rendered totally useless. This is the type of work that when you glance at it quickly it doesn’t seem like much but when you take a closer look you realize how incredible it is.
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