Investigating the life of things across space and time

A Sudden Flash Of Dream Sequence

She asks a local how to switch the sky back on. They all know the texture of Blue Dye House.  She hears the supermarket whispers, sees static recognition flickering across their faces. Clouds that look like thoughts follow her home, their wet breath flooding her clothes, her skin, her mouth. Climbing over the stile into the kitchen she falls into a lake.

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Silk: an embroidered image of bright autumn trees in yellow and orange sits against a black linen background, with tree silhouettes behind

Silk (2016)

This work started as an old needlepoint completed by an unknown sewer, that I unpicked, leaving only these trees intact. It was a way for me to look at the stage without the players.

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Winter Solstice: A finger points at a blurry white smudge against a dark blue background

Winter Solstice

I lie in my bed, body warm and relaxed, waiting. When I open my eyes the glow-in-the-dark stars on my ceiling give me a little thrill. Outside low-lying cloud and light pollution hides the universe from me but inside this room I am watched over by Cassiopeia and Orion, the Plough and the Pole star and this makes me feel safe.

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Salt: Lines and patches of embroidery against a pale brown linen background, reminiscent of a set of ruins in a destroyed landscape. A figure with a beak as big as its body and that covers its face entirely, tentatively steps across the ground.

Salt (2016)

Salt is mined, extracted and evaporated. Stitching mends holes, fills in blank space. This artwork began life as the back of an unfinished needlepoint and grew into an exploration of geology and archeology.

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