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“The concrete breeze blocks used in the pieces are identically sized and have been embedded horizontally or vertically into the pale wooden frames, creating a grid-like appearance. Lucas said she used the materials because they are “meaningful in terms of their uses in the outside world. They say a lot and are also low key — they don’t overwhelm the sculptures.” The largest piece in the collection is the freestanding partition wall, a structure made from 10 by 10 concrete blocks that have been set in a uniform grid. The smallest is a table made of just one block that can slide in and out of its frame.” —Dezeen magazine