Sculpture & Installation
Tutors: Pip Dickens, Beth Harland & Emma Rose
My practice is about observing forms of phraseology and dialect by focusing on the portrayal of interoperation and meaning primarily through the forms of communication, consciousness and subconscious verbal perspectives. The visual aspect of my work is conveyed to be a form of continuance drawing, it reveals the awkwardness of the lack of grammar, the misunderstanding of the scripture of the handwriting itself but also the contend reveals either a reflection on the urgency for human relationships and the exigency of truism. E
The relationship I want to convey towards the viewer is a relationship which is portrayed as a form of patient and professionalism, my work being the patient revealing hidden identities or ideations.
My work consists of melting plastic in which is manipulated to produce the scripture of my handwriting, but also using everyday materials such as flour, sugar and wire to manipulate them in the same way to see the effects in which materialism and language have when entwined together. But also, seeing the effects it causes and the difficulty, exclusively focusing on the sentimentality of materialism and the concept of the signified and the signifier.