I make sculpture that is rooted in Modernist principles of manipulating form, space and material. My work interprets particular contexts through objects and their power to convey narratives with materials and physical form, reflecting on the social, political and emotional experiences they represent.
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‘Work Life Balance’ reflected upon working life in the 19th and early 20th century, when long hours and unhealthy conditions for most meant that work impinged on every aspect of home life. In today’s globalised economy, cheap labour fuels our consumer habits, as we purchase and accumulate more commodities than ever before.
Capturing objects in concrete and tethering them with taut rubber strips, reflects on the complex emotions these discarded material objects engender.
A series of 9 works which incorporate small test pots by Arthur Griffiths. I produced and distributed a leporello publication to disseminate these works.
A series of 9 small works which incorporate outdated but personally significant kitchen and table utensils. I produced and distributed a leporello publication to disseminate these works.