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Larissa Haily Aguado uses collage as a medium for sexual and political commentary. Her designs, which are mostly comprised of contrasting magazine excerpts – cut, pasted and reworked to form innovative new images – draw upon a vast range of inspiration. From Virginia Woolf to a sexy pair of pins (a recurring motif in Aguado’s work), the Argentinian-born artist’s creations frequently explore gender identity and power struggles. A graphic design graduate from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Buenos Aires, Larissa Haily Aguado’s characteristic minimalism is belied by surrealist undertones.

Robbie Hodges

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