Lives of Grass by Mathilde Roussel

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In Lives of Grass, 2012, two bodies sculpted out of dirt and wire mesh seem to float in the gallery in dramatic gestures and are covered in green wheatgrass. Although most of their features are lost in the grass, the fingers are carefully crafted, long and thin. Their bodies are contorted as if they are falling or flying in ecstasy or in pain.

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