Jac Leirner

born 1961

Jac Leirner, ‘8 levels’ 2012
8 levels 2012
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Jacqueline "Jac" Leirner, (born 1961) is a Brazilian artist. Leirner is best known for the sculptures and installations she creates from mundane objects and ephemera, including devalued bank notes, used envelopes, promotional tickets, empty cigarette packets and plastic shopping bags.

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