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Jenny Nijenhuis Sculpture

An exploration of the development of identity through society and people’s understanding of the self. This work ties in with a broader conceptual project that encompasses the representation of identity in the form of archetypes. An archetype is a collectively assumed symbol, or way of behaving, a prototype upon which others are modeled. Jung proposed the existence of universal prototypes of ideas that channel experiences and emotions, resulting in recognisable/typical patterns of behaviour.
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Sculpture | Jenny Nijenhuis Title: Ace, a taste of mum’s love (may contain genetically modified ingredients) Medium: Acrylic resin, fibreglass Dimensions: 42x49x50cm Date: 2015 Edition: 1 of 5

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Sculpture | Jenny Nijenhuis Title: The Cronus Complex and his cronies Medium: Acrylic resin, fibreglass, paint Dimensions: 75x32x26cm Date: 2015 Edition: 1 of 5

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Sculpture | Jenny Nijenhuis Title: The Cronus Complex and his cronies Medium: Acrylic resin, fibreglass, paint Dimensions: 75x32x26cm Date: 2015 Edition: 1 of 5

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Sculpture | Jenny Nijenhuis Title: The Cronus Complex and his cronies Medium: Acrylic resin, fibreglass, paint Dimensions: 75x32x26cm Date: 2015 Edition: 1 of 5

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Sculpture | Jenny Nijenhuis Title: Ace, a taste of mum’s love (may contain genetically modified ingredients) Medium: Acrylic resin, fibreglass Dimensions: 42x49x50cm Date: 2015 Edition: 1 of 5

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jennynijenhuis.com

Sculpture | Jenny Nijenhuis Ace, a taste of mum's love (may contain genetically modified ingredients) Medium: Acrylic resin, fibreglass Dimensions: 42x49x50cm Date: 2015 Edition: 1 of 5

Sculpture

jennynijenhuis.com