Why Louise Bourgeois’ sculpture ‘Quarantania, I’ has new-found relevance in our lockdown life.
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I have made a collection of 3D figures that explore and question some of the many roles women fulfil throughout our lives. Working with fabric and stitches I have sought to construct life-size figures that retain the vulnerability of the […]
Aims Making meaning from nothingness. Making my mark. Making something solid from an idea in my mind. Exploration Enjoyment Communication Introspection Creativity Challenge Achievement Enjoyment Excavation Examining critically cultural and societal influences and expectations on the individual By using my […]
My art practice explores the personal, emotional, physical, and psychological states of being a woman today. I confess my own personal experiences through my art, the good the bad and the ugly states of being that connect with bigger feminist issues.
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here The danger with a funded project is that you spend such a long time making sure you have the books balanced, promoting, marketing, networking and managing, that it becomes difficult to fit in doing […]
Louise Bourgeois at Moderna “I have been to hell and back” is a fantastic show! I have been twice and plan to go again (as I student at the Royal Institute I get free entry)! Not only does it include […]
If as Bourgeois alludes to in a letterpress work that; Art is a guaranty of sanity is true, then it must be said that being an art student is a guarantee of loosing it. Currently on display at Tate Modern […]