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A Driftline at Pollen Studios

August 27, 2015

A few weeks ago I showed a series of small material drawings at the Mak9 exhibition The Lime Walk Project at Pollen Studios. It was a series of explorations in different materials looking at simple shapes of Bobby pins, circles, cylinders, rectangles and boxes. Theses are ongoing investigations, some of which are incorporated into more complete objects while others sit as they are as I question what a complete object might be. I’m calling this type of laid out work Driftlines – it makes me think of tidelines, driftwood, flotsam and jetsam and represents a journey, wandering through a landscape of making and collecting. In this series the individual elements can be relatively simpler as they are part of a larger, more complex composition. I intend to develop this format of working in future works. 

    
    
    
 

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  1. Richard Nott permalink
    September 16, 2015 9:09 pm

    I find your Driftlines work heartbreakingly tender, delicate and sensitive. And of course beautiful. Thank you for sharing it. I look forward to seeing it develop. With kindest regards, Richard

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