'Allusions to the body'

  "Fused'' (mixed media), by Linda Leslie Brown, in her show "Plastiglomerate,'' at Kingston Gallery, Boston, Oct. 3-28. The gallery says:    "As a sculptor  Linda Leslie Brown ’s work metaphorically plays with the literal and the imagined as seemingly random, mostly discarded materials interact to build works rife with allusions to the body. At the same time, her sculptural assemblages suggest the plastic, provisional and uncertain world of a new and transgenic nature where corporeal and mechanical entities recombine, serving as relics of possible futures and symbols of human behavior on the global environment. Her sculptures suggest a creaturely symbiosis as with holobionts: assemblages of different species that form ecological units.''

"Fused'' (mixed media), by Linda Leslie Brown, in her show "Plastiglomerate,'' at Kingston Gallery, Boston, Oct. 3-28. The gallery says:

"As a sculptor Linda Leslie Brown’s work metaphorically plays with the literal and the imagined as seemingly random, mostly discarded materials interact to build works rife with allusions to the body. At the same time, her sculptural assemblages suggest the plastic, provisional and uncertain world of a new and transgenic nature where corporeal and mechanical entities recombine, serving as relics of possible futures and symbols of human behavior on the global environment. Her sculptures suggest a creaturely symbiosis as with holobionts: assemblages of different species that form ecological units.''