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Ladina Clément (b.1996) works and lives in London. 

I use the medium of sculpture to create props which question normative environments and their systems of order. I transform the material qualities of functional objects to the point that they become absurd, anthropomorphic or alluring. This enables moments of theatricality and enquiry. My sculptures become animated via audience interaction, robotics and movable components. Traditional techniques of casting and mould-making form the basis of my interdisciplinary approach, while photography, video and performance support the sculptural.


Recently my research has explored the intersections between physical culture and sculpture through a feminine lens. Using gym equipment as sculptural motifs, I create work that lolls, exhales, and curls up. 

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