It has been such an honour to be exhibiting alongside Sarah Maxey, Matthew McIntyre Wilson and Moniek Schrijer in this group exhibition at Bowen Galleries.
We were keen to find a way to integrate our works and settled on a domestic setting – allowing for a range of wall works, publications, wearable and non-wearable objects and sculpture.
The set up came together very smoothly (a particular thank you to Rob Cherry – installer extraordinaire – and his trusty four-legged assistant for their technical expertise and shrewd eyes).
We were all thrilled with the final result.
Stephen A’Court took these fantastic install photos
When selecting the pieces for exhibition, I thought a lot about Sofia’s question as to what it was that I most wanted to show an audience – the work or the process. In the end, I found a way to do both. The exhibition itself show cased the final black shadow works, and presentation of the catalogue (for me, an important work in itself) on a side table next to a comfy chair, allowed anyone with an interest to sit down and take their time to find out more.
For the record, these earrings were a new development where the large shadow works adapted to a new niche on the ear.
Images from the exhibition launch are thanks to David Lewis.
Big thanks to Penney (pictured) and Jenny for the opportunity and for giving us such creative curatorial freedom
And this piece found itself a fabulous new home – on the lapel of a husband.