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Amazingly intricate metal bouquets made of spare utensils by Ann Carrington

British artist Ann Carrington creates incredible sculptural bouquets from hundreds of discarded spoons, knives, and forks.

The use of discarded, found and multiples of objects is a fundamental element of my practice. All objects are saturated with cultural meaning which, as an artist, I seek to explore, unravel and investigate. Mundane objects such as knives and forks, barbed wire, pins and paintbrushes come with their own readymade histories and associations which can be unravelled and analysed if rearranged, distorted or realigned to give them new meaning as sculpture.

Ann Carrington

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