Leah Mulligan Cabinum
Leah  Mulligan Cabinum
Leah (born 1967, USA) creates immersive installations and sculptural objects made from diverse materials. Intentionally chosen for their inherent, but often overlooked attributes, her materials are often repurposed objects that link the physical to the conceptual. Varied materials and techniques support the cyclical theme, which is pervasive throughout her work. Cabinum’s practice is in the vein of wabi-sabi and Arte Povera, and several artists are among her influences including Eva Hesse and Ann Hamilton. She lives in the rural countryside where she works in her private studio.

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