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Amy De Vries

Flower arrangements in churches are familiar to worshippers and traditionally remind the congregation of their mortality in their blooming and dying. 

De Vries employs artificial flowers, commonly seen in graveyards, to comment on our paradoxical use of plastic, which in itself is everlasting, to commemorate those who have died, a process which to Christians is the hope of everlasting life. 

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