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Louise Black (b.1992) is a multi-disciplinary artist living and working on the east coast of Scotland.
Through physiology, Black's works investigate the female figure as a main catalyst point. In touch with issues of female identity, the body and the maternal as subject, she performs an investigation into alternative methods of seeing and being seen. Her practice which shifts between sculpture, print, drawing and installation articulates internal narratives through methods of labour, mending, looking, and reflecting. With a deep fascination in human anatomy, the reproductive system and the beautiful and the grotesque, Black considers the relationships between interior and exterior surfaces of the body and the rigid dichotomies between powerfulness and vulnerability.
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