Sculpture & Video
Sculpture & Video
Polychromed carved wood, glass eyes, found school desk, pencil, oil paint, chip forks, paper
A drawn animation projected onto drawn plates on strips of wall paper, developing from an exchange of poems and drawings between poet Lesley Saunders and myself. It deals with domestic theatre – food and the act of eating and feeding, play, and the nurturing of the inanimate. The video shows clips from the projection.
Catch is a large scale sculpture made for the show Tivoli Fish Bar at Chapel on the Green, Glasbury. 2019, willow, silk, kid gloves, stuffing, 490x60x75cm
A looped animation that is projected onto the floor. The spoken words are “Ice Maiden” by poet Lesley Saunders.
A pencil wall drawing at Attic, Cardiff, 2013 as part of the installation GROWTH.
2013, copper pipes, glass eyes, water, syphon tubing, metal receptacles
A tree-like sculpture of variable height, in this instance roughly 2.5 metres, comprised of copper pipes. Every 2 minutes the tree shakes and different sounds come down the pipes. The soundtrack was provided by the band Quiet Marauder.
2010, automaton; wood, metal, hair, goat skin, quartz crystals, oil paint;
figure is 90 × 87 x h.112 cm
2010, satellite dish, jesmonite, oil paint, 56 × 46 x h.64cm
Wood, paint, recycled fur, glass eyes, modelling medium, surgical tape, 80×80×240cm, 2009
2002, Installation: wood, oil paint, string, glass eyes, stones, tv, video 9 mins
Installation at Penpont, Wales. Materials: plywood, paint
2003, mixed media
During the summer of 2002 I spent a month as artist in residence on Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) which is known as the ‘island of 20 thousand saints’. This video features people on the island talking about Ynys Enlli and the presence of other worlds beyond our rational comprehension.
An installation at Plas Newydd, Llangollen, created while Artist-in-Residence. The famous ‘Ladies of Llangollen’ come back to visit their beloved home in the form of birds.
The artist, appearing as Saint Isiona, invited people on Bardsey Island to choose answers to their questions hidden on the underside of pebbles nestling in the cart that belonged to Sister Helen Mary, the last hermit to live on the island.
2002, wood, glass eyes, hair, string, 64 × 13 × 10 cm
Stills from a video project set on Ynys Enlli / Bardsey Island.