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These pictures are created with found objects in Hampstead Heath, an island of countryside in the heart of London.
Once I collected my ‘findings’ I joined them together in little sculptures. The name Gold cycle comes from the circularity of time where the seasons repeat themselves in circle giving a rhythm to the life of the Heath.
The light is natural in order to describe the passing time. Eventually taking inspiration from kintzughi where broken objects are filled with gold dusted lacquer to show the preciousness of their ‘scars’, I used gold dust to cover the sculptures to make them unique and valuable and describe the atmosphere that surrounds the Heath.




Copyright Alessandra D’Innella