Inside Outside In
This installation of the artist's collections of found, discarded and constructed objects, considers how narratives from local, public and personal spaces overlap, collide and collapse during studio-based creative processes. The work leans into a playful materiality, and the more-than-human in relation to personal and urban spaces. Images collected when walking through suburban spaces have been projected into her living spaces and re-photographed to link public/personal, external/internal relations. Fragments of discarded building tools and materials such as ripple iron, removed concrete, and carpentry horses, a home made chair, and a house stump have been gathered into the space, separating them from their previous "usefulness". The provisional nature of their arrangements in the gallery space reflects ongoing studio engagements with material agency and spatial relationships formed through proximity.