Artist Edwin Fay explores her monstrous body of research, drawing inspiration from folk law and cathedral architecture she explores what it might be to imagine things you've not yet seen and to be people other than yourself. Expect your mind to be ever so slighty blown as she weaves her merry way through fact, folly and fiction.
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