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The exhibited work is grounded in the notion of watery futures and the changing relations between us, the environment, and water. Developed with close observation of burns, lochs, bogs and sea, and successive experimentation with glass, stone, metal and wood. The materials used are repurposed, with stone sourced from industrial and infrastructure sites around the isles. Sculpture and drawing use the forms of fluid dynamics to intertwine primitive ruins and the new reality of hyper-connectivity, pipelines, new energy and deep-sea cables. The work seeks to look at the surrounding environment to visualise a realistic future for the isles on the cusp of global warming and the threatening change of the gulf stream.

the exhibition of the following works at RSA New Contemporaries 17th March - 16th April 2023


glit, 2023

quartz, lead, on mahogany plank

45 x 30 x 70 cm

burn, 2023

Glass, graphite drawing, paper on framed mdf

65 x 42 cm


giel, 2023

Quartz, glass, on burnt wood plinth

38 x 27 x 37 cm

water and rock, 2023

Graphite drawing on framed burnt wood

65 x 42 cm


rig, 2023

Glass cast set in larch

big form: 77 x 25 x 15 cm
small form: 56 x 25 x 15 cm

holm, 2023

Carved stone

60 x 15 x 42 cm

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