Investigating the life of things across space and time

Ominous decorations

The meteorite is a representative for the arrival of an unknown power from the same realm as gods, angels and aliens.

Reworked vintage tapestries by Sarah Gillett

Ominous decorations

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long, grand room inside a stately home, with a red carpet and gold and white wallpaper, fittings and ceiling mouldings. At the far end of the room a dress floats in the air next to a large metal cone; on the right hand wall a drawing on black paper can be seen

The Flimsy Copy

Over a year in the making, this exhibition digs into the lives of Rockingham Castle’s female occupants throughout history and their continuing resonance against a patriarchal system.

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Hamelin and the Unsound House: snowy landscape cut up into vertical strips and rearranged so that the sky and snow and trees and cabin are abstracted and disjointed

Hamelin and The Unsound House (2013)

Hamelin is a rag puppet doll just under a metre in height that I took with me to Canada. She appears in So pass away the old timers, one by one as my alter ego. Multiplied through the process of etching, she exists in more than one dimension of space. She is also dressed as a fool: mischievous, bold, lost, never fitting in to the time she occupies or with the people around her. Everything about her is strange, to them and to herself.

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