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Marielle MacLeman charges traditional craft based processes with critical precision and conceptual rigour. Rooted in care, her works are applied studies of materials and contexts. From pulped nursing uniforms as paper, or tumble-dryer lint as cloth, to drawings made with the felled remains of diseased trees, reconstituted materials take centre stage in MacLeman’s unfolding corpus on care, service and labour.

Kate Strain, Kunstverein Aughrim