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Spolia Temple with Dome

Project type

Mexied media assemblage: Wood clementine crates, cardboard, metal picture frame, tiles, LED lights, fabric, acrylic paint, seashells, masonite, plastic easter egg, found objects, metal leaf, paper, beads, plastic cake pillars




23 in x 12 in x 13.5 in with doors open

A double-sided piece of tabletop architecture that evokes the way ancient and medieval buildings, especially sacred spaces, incorporate salvaged and stolen elements ("spolia") from earlier structures, and sometimes earlier religious traditions.

One end features a pillared sanctuary, back lit by LED lights, topped with a tiled dome, and with the painted suggestion of a fountain.

The other end has arched metal doors that open on a niche where a single LED battery lantern hangs.

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