‘Beneath the Surface’ is inspired by human cell structures and explores different printing and construction techniques to represent cell production. Worked mainly in paper to demonstrate the fragility of life and created in multiples using repetitive processes to illustrate how the body renews and repairs in order to survive.
February 18th- March 24th 2012 Mello Mello, Liverpool
‘Cell Production’ followed intense screen printing sessions to mimic cell productions repetitive process and was developed further so the cells flow, moving in different directions, all trying to find their way.
Blood Streams convey how robust and yet delicate the human body is at the same time through the use of wire in conjunction with paper.
Blood Cells represents beauty found in the inner body. The colours chosen for the cells are taken from blood, organs and skin.