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 This series of 50 monotypes explores themes concerning the ancient world, its symbols, beliefs, and artefacts. A fascination with museums and the objects they hold has led to an exploration of “Museumification.” This concept refers to the incongruous display of historical objects, such as Roman artefacts, taxidermied carcasses, and skeletons of extinct animals, in sterile environments like museums. Questioning the subjective nature of preserving history and how the context in which objects are displayed can drastically alter their perception and fundamental beauty changing the understanding and appreciation of historical artefacts, blurring the lines between objectivity and subjectivity.

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