Steel, resin, granite, enamel
h: 47 w: 41 d: 14 (cms).
This triptych comprises of Schrodinger’s Child, Disconnected & Edited it points to the fragility of identity within childhood, the effects of external influences & how these continue to inform us as adults. These pieces give physical form to the internal mental landscape constructed during difficult childhood years. Difficult experiences create an internal typography where thought patterns & behaviour are ingrained becoming normalized while simultaneously causing us to feel separated from others who do not navigate the same internal terrain.
These figures incorporate structures and motifs that interact to form narratives which develop as the spectator interacts with the work.
Multiple pieces are placed together to interact by sharing the same space, creating a dialogue between them & the spectator as individual narratives add & subtract from each other. Hard architectural constructs are meshed with anatomically correct forms to suggest internal dialogues & states of being.
h: 48 w: 45 d: 18 (cms).
This triptych comprising of three bronze pieces: Minnie-Mized, Deleted Rewritten, Morph relates to our most formative stage of development, childhood. It points to the fragility of identity within childhood when our experiences have maximum affect upon who we become as an adult.
Sometimes exteriors do not reflect accurately the truth of their interiors.
It alludes to a life spent balancing on a knives edge, uncertainty being a constant.
Structures & motifs are incorporated that interact to form narratives which develop as the spectator interacts with the work.
They share the same space so they can interact by creating a dialogue between them & the spectator as individual narratives add & subtract from each other.