In this video, CH visits the studio of Dodi Wexler, an American expat living in London, who creates finely detailed works out of materials like paper scraps, vintage stamps, beads and water bottle caps. The finished pieces almost always take on nebulous organic shapes and are usually collage-based, whether it’s a spiraling gold-flecked map of Rome or a massive weaving of tiny paper strips that Dodi painstakingly glues together. Her handmade aesthetic reflects both an appreciation of found materials and intensively obsessive process.
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