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Topolino, wood, unfired clay, paint, and wire, 2003. Photo: James O. Milmoe.

Kristen Morgin

Posted On September 15, 2010 0 Comments

Nearly everyone who sees Kristen Morgin’s sculptures has a story to tell about them, and while the stories may be different, their trajectory is often the same: someone recognizes a detail, like the tail fin of a Cadillac or the chiseled mane of a carousel horse, in Morgin’s unwieldy clay monuments, feels her own memories are ensconced in that detail, and begins to speak as though she has been familiar with Morgin’s sculpture for years.