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Laura Boban


I made these sculptures by wrapping yarn and fabric scraps around forms made of cotton cord dipped in plaster. Foraged from home, a nearby walking trail or the thrift store, small objects are bound or embedded in each one. The objects are emblematic of what once was; time reflected through things left behind or fallen. When creating these in January, I was in the throes of being a new parent. I was interested in wrapping as a gesture of both care and constriction and the ways we try to contain and preserve moments. Time seems to be on a faster rhythm when caring for a newborn and experiencing the miraculous changes and growth happening each day. My choice of vibrant colors and playful objects mirror the joy in observing something as simple as a yawn or giggle. 

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