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Background, history, commissioner of the work
A revisited piece formerly made in plaster, remade in Jesmonite for a group exhibition in London in 2021.
Untitled, Cast dyed Jesmonite is a pigment-dyed cast Jesmonite standing hollow form. The sculpture draws from domestic architectural environments to examine collective memory and its origins. This work is evident of Rees’ exploration of the phenomenology of space and the malleability of architecture.