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History and Its Marks: Kahlil Robert Irving’s Streets:Chains:Cocktails, BOMB Magazine

Porcelain, like culture, emerges from a series of transformations. Different complementary and contrasting elements combine with changing environments to produce something that is wholly different from its original state, yet both versions are forever connected. Kahlil Robert Irving’s porcelain sculptures blend the medium’s lineage with Irving’s inherited cultural history to reveal a contradiction of beauty, oppression, value, and waste.

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Amelia Rina