I have a deep interest in objects, materials and personified practices. Objects and sculpture are of the world and yet speak beyond the material everyday. Just as we experience the world both physically and mentally, art can trigger and enlarge these memories and ideas. I see my research as exploring part of what it is to be human.
This installation portrays absence within a domestic environment, both tangibly and psychologically. Provoked by a childhood recollection of a parent leaving. Through the choice of material, the everyday objects become un-functional extending the
notion of non-existence.