For Broken Bones I juxtapose the original woven form with plaster to defamiliarise it. The process has its origins in my experience of having broken bones as a small child, and the limitations that I experienced through protection from my family.

For Broken Bones I juxtapose the original woven form with plaster to defamiliarise it. The process has its origins in my experience of having broken bones as a small child, and the limitations that I experienced through protection from my family.

 Hospital gauze no I, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, cotton, plaster and varnish, 157 x 38cm

Hospital gauze no I, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, cotton, plaster and varnish, 157 x 38cm

 Broken Bones no II, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 131 x 79cm

Broken Bones no II, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 131 x 79cm

 Hospital gauze no III, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 136 x 38cm

Hospital gauze no III, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 136 x 38cm

 Traces, medium: various plaster and glass.  I break some plaster off the structure to produce fragments from the surface carrying the imprint of the original woven arrangement; like the traces of my memory.

Traces, medium: various plaster and glass.

I break some plaster off the structure to produce fragments from the surface carrying the imprint of the original woven arrangement; like the traces of my memory.

 For Broken Bones I juxtapose the original woven form with plaster to defamiliarise it. The process has its origins in my experience of having broken bones as a small child, and the limitations that I experienced through protection from my family.
 Hospital gauze no I, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, cotton, plaster and varnish, 157 x 38cm
 Broken Bones no II, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 131 x 79cm
 Hospital gauze no III, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 136 x 38cm
 Traces, medium: various plaster and glass.  I break some plaster off the structure to produce fragments from the surface carrying the imprint of the original woven arrangement; like the traces of my memory.

For Broken Bones I juxtapose the original woven form with plaster to defamiliarise it. The process has its origins in my experience of having broken bones as a small child, and the limitations that I experienced through protection from my family.

Hospital gauze no I, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, cotton, plaster and varnish, 157 x 38cm

Broken Bones no II, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 131 x 79cm

Hospital gauze no III, detail, medium: nylon monofilament, plaster and varnish, 136 x 38cm

Traces, medium: various plaster and glass.

I break some plaster off the structure to produce fragments from the surface carrying the imprint of the original woven arrangement; like the traces of my memory.

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