Rena Detrixhe's Place Out of Matter reviewed on SculptureNature magazine by Aniko Erdosi.

"A deeply rich earthy red rug welcomes the visitors in the gallery space. It is made of red dirt collected from central Oklahoma, carefully sifted into a fine dust, layered and decorated by the artist Rena Detrixhe. Its hues and its material instantly evoke the Western, in this case particularly the midwestern, American landscape with all its ecological, spiritual and historical undertones. A soft, warm, organic material that according to the artist “symbolises grit, perseverance, sorrow, pain, spirit, resilience".

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