The principle of the mold is usually linked to the serial reproduction of sculptures. However, Marina Mankarios truly has a different interpretation and use of the molding technique. “The molder distorts, shifts, blends” she says. By using the language of ruins, fragments and collage, the artist unsettles our common visual repertoire by calling in our very own imagination.

Achille fragmenté, 2022, Plâtre H57x L40 x P32 cm
Marina Mankarios, Achille fragmenté, 2022, Plaster,           57 x 40 x 32 cm
Chute ornementale, 2022, Plâtre, H43 x L60 x P23 cm
Marina Mankarios, Chute ornementale, 2022, Plaster, 43 x 60 x 23 cm
Déhanchée, 2021, Plâtre, H55 x L30 x P28 cm
Marina Mankarios, Déhanchée, 2021, Plaster,                        55 x 30 x 28 cm
Vénus fragmentée #3, 2022, Plâtre, H50 x L32 x P25cm
Marina Mankarios, Vénus fragmentée #3, 2022, Plaster, 50 x 32 x 25 cm
Fragment #11, 2021, Plâtre, H24,5 x L12 x P13 cm
Marina Mankarios, Fragment #11, 2021, Plaster, 24,5 x 12 x 13 cm