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Lunchables Kelan Andrews



Can we trust our own recollections? Childhood memories are nothing more than a made-up fantasy, constructed by forgotten details being auto-corrected with something our brain thinks is similar. Over time, this repeated loss and replacement of information creates a completely new memory; one that never actually occurred. 

2 wax sculptures visually represent these distorted memories of items from my childhood.

Soy wax, dye, plastic

Sunny D Kelan Andrews
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