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Janet Neuwalder is a sculptor and installation artist specializing in clay and ceramic processes. Some of Neuwalder’s installations are modeled after anthropological displays often found in Natural History Museums. Her wall installations are often assembled from hundreds of fragments that seemingly float on the wall. Neuwalder draws from her Japanese-Austrian heritage using historical, personal, and appropriated images as mental and visual markers that map and launch a visual arena for the viewer.
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