A tentative piece of ourselves that we stake at the boundary considers colour, agri-cultures, improvised DIY technologies and the climate emergency. The works are the result of a travel award from St Hughs Foundation which supported the 2294mile journey using only public transport, and site specific response to a two week residency at Studio 459 in Tomar, Portugal.
Works includes pencil and pastel drawings on found or locally produced paper, collages, landscape and installation photographs, a series of improvised painted tables, two flower arrangements made in collaboration with local gardeners and found natural materials.
Read Studio 459 text about my work HERE
Read my full report for St Hughs Foundation HERE
St Hughs Foundation