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architectural digest, 2023

gilded chocolate, refrigerator,

scheele’s green paint


A series of ornamental architecture and classical columns are 

casted in dark chocolate and edible glitter, stripping them off of their permanence and replacing their durable materials, both physical and political, with ephemeral, maleable and edible chocolate. Architectural Digest, presented at the Taoyuan International Art Prize in Taiwan, recreates these untouchable permanent structures as fragile and obsolete, kept in refrigerators and available for the public to take freely. The walls are painted in Scheele’s green referencing an iconic arsenic-based pigment often found in Victorian wallpaper and very popular among the elite.

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