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ANGELA VALAMANESH

SPENDING HER TIME EXPLORING rare scientific books in library archives and collections, Angela Valamanesh is fascinated by biology and discovering the things that make and connect us. Responding to historical scientific illustrations of anatomy and botany, and manifesting them into ceramics and paintings, her works are a very human response to the archive of scientific history.

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