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Marble lions are commonly used as guardians of power. They valiently guard Courthouses, National Palaces and Parks and sit beside kings and queens to protect their thrones. This is the first of a series of pieces that seek to create a survey of “powerful” ornamental architecture in an attempt to reflect on how public spaces are marked by symbols of power and domination, and how we can reappropiate and resignify them. The pieces are casted in chocolate, resembling their original materialities, in this case being marble. At times presented captive inside fridges, or in common spaces, the sculptures are meant to be eaten, destroyed and/or rearranged by the audience.


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