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Cirrus is pleased to present Domestic Camouflage, the first Los Angeles solo exhibition by the artist Elaine Bradford. Elaine’s work consists of various objects, including trees, vacuum cleaners, and mounted deer heads, “dressed” in sweaters hand-knit by the artist, who aims to “alter these everyday objects and infuse them with both the comfortable and the surreal”, in order to “introduce the viewer to an uncanny reality that is strange, yet plausible.” The gesture is one of comfort, warmth, and absurdity, adding a humorous twist to Duchamp’s Ready-mades. Through a fabric of misplaced affection and devotion, Elaine crafts a wry commentary on contemporary life in a world of pharmaceutical personalities and engineered emotions.

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