In Elementary School, These Eerie Dioramas Would’ve Won You a Trip to The Child Psychiatrist
We tend to stereotype dioramas as two shoebox lids crudely rubber-cemented today, but these miniature scenes here transcend base macaroni art.
French sculptor Marc Giai-Miniet crafts tiny tableaus that are equal parts beautiful, industrial, and unnerving. If you look carefully, you can find scant signs of (doll) life, but these traces aren’t promising — imagine an abandoned underworld for sinful action figures.
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