Site Specific Installation - 2012 “Sanctuary” is a site specific arts project created on a designated area of the charitable organisation Pepys Community Forum in Deptford. This installation offered a Sanctuary for Human Rights. Welcoming the rights of people in their plight to betterment ‘The Universal Declaration of Human Rights’ were celebrated here in bold and festive fashion. “Sanctuary” was an invitation for all to enter into a space where by a visual experience was met with logos of Human Rights and their meanings. *The shed of this installation was built entirely from discarded wood. Items from thrift shops, paint and fabric.
Site Specific Installation - 2017 Set in a natural environment “Leftovers” instigated an installation made out of leftover mundane materials with organic growth of things and decaying matter. It seemingly created a tension between nature and the manmade and asks how we make sense of it all. *Materials used - found materials from the vicinity of John Evelyn Garden. Left over willow, cane and wood. Discarded water bottles.
Down To Earth
Installation - 2018 Featured in ‘Sage’ Exhibition at Deptford X Fringe Highlighting how natural materials can be used in practices that are forgotten or abandoned “Down to Earth” communicates the age old practices and the environment friendly ethos. This organic artwork seeks to make visible our connection with the earth and the substances it provides us. It supports a sense of emotional longing to the natural. As the name suggests things in this installation are made from eco friendly natural materials that come from earth. It’s bathed and dyed in natural organic materials and printed in berry ink using vegetables cut into shapes. The message is simply a friendly voice to influence going back to basics and appreciate what the nature provides. *Materials used – Hessian, dyes from beetroot, turmeric, red cabbage, berry ink from blackberries and blue berries