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Puppy Biscuits, by Catherine Hyland

Wander down Fawe Street in London’s East End and, among the terraced houses and modern apartment complexes, you’ll spot a brown-brick factory. This site is home to a bronze casting specialist who quietly help some of the world’s leading artists realise their work.

Over two years, photographer Catherine Hyland went behind the scenes to document their work for A-list artists.

The series ‘Puppy Biscuits’ investigates the division of labour in the art world. It looks at the relationship between makers, the people who employ them and the 'language' required of materials in a sculptural sense. The focus for the project is to gain understanding around accessibility, care and facilitation in relation to the division of labour.


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