“While primarily seeking to make sense of and broaden an understanding of my role as a contemporary female, my work also reflects the essential part women have played in determining the nature, shape and structure of female roles and identity.
The various projects and progression of works endeavour to find processes with which to explore environmental and cultural issues and from a female perspective. They embrace themes of inherence (to be a natural and integral part of something) and cultural inheritance. Often using found objects, all chosen as signifiers of place and era, the works present an opportunity to observe and consider the notions being discussed: those of environment, home, and recollection.”
- Year: 2019
- Materials: Welded steel, riggers wire, paint
- Size: Dimensions variable, Largest 100 x 50 x 40 cm, Smallest 60 x 40 x 40 cm
- Price: $2,700
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