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Inspired by the extraordinary facial reconstruction work of Sculptors like Anna Coleman Ladd in Paris after the first world war, in which she created parts of the face in enamel and tin for disfigured soldiers to wear as they rejoined the general population. These replacement faces were fashioned with eyeglass arms that fit over the ears to hold them in place. 


***Our exploration of this strange and touching art form is sculpture, and meant to be on display, rather than put to use. 


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