Sculpture and Installation
This series, entitled InOrganics, focuses on the transformation of everyday materials to mimic ethereal, often organic structures. The fragility of ourselves - and our world - are represented in their qualities.
InOrganics work is often abstract and experimental, a constant negotiation between maker and materials where outcomes can be influenced, but never entirely controlled.
Developments of these themes consider the body as ‘place’ - the location of memory and emotion – where sculptural work becomes costume, reflecting upon the personal impact of both individual and global concerns.