Cajsa von Zeipel
Cajsa von Zeipel began creating the nine silicone figures on view before the pandemic became a daily lived reality. As the world adjusted, the sculptures themselves began to embody those changes, taking on objects, feelings, and postures of a society in flux. The title for Nine Lives comes from the eponymous Ursula K. Le Guin story, which explores ideas of cloning in order to challenge notions of self. Likewise, von Zeipel’s figures are glitched simulacra of the human form.
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