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Spillage is an investigation of control and the loss of it, and the tensions between the minimal and the ornate, order and chaos and inclusion and exclusion. Proudly honoring bodies that defy the social norm, celebrating hairy and fat bodies, brown bodies and queer bodies–contrasted by the rectilinear form of the brick, which itself has been deconstructed in various permutations. Spillage asks the crucial question of how we exist within all these contradictions, and perhaps how architecture and thereby society can better accommodate, protect and uplift different types of bodies.
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