present “unrealistic ideals.” Uddenberg’s work often hijacks tropes of consumer culture related to femininity and expectations to reveal “the absurdity of collective fantasies.”
From styrofoam, acrylic resin, fiber glass, coffee tables and car interior elements, to hiking backpacks, crocs shoes and aluminium climbing, Uddenberg appropriates a large amount of material into “quasi-functional objects” that create “unexpected scripts for the bodies that might occupy them.”**
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