The concept of things being transitory, existing only briefly.
Test installation at The Birley Artist Studios in Preston. The visible time taken to physically create site-specific drawing installations and the temporality of unconventional materials are intended to compel audiences to think within new timescales, exploring sensory and spatial perception.
Composed of a series of traces; the flow of salt refers to a passage of activity reflecting the relationship between inside and outside, boundaries between energies of the body, materials and the world around us.
Using drawing methods developed during Porosity as a starting point, these works trace the interaction between the artist hand and material surfaces, exploring the exchange between absence and presence. These boundaries cease to be clear and the hand made marks serve as a kind of border between invisible energies and the body as receptor.