small sculptures on white domestic furniture plinth in a circular gallery with light and sound Installation view, Artcore Gallery, Derby, November 2019

Small sculptures made from found domestic objects combined with stoneware figures are displayed on furniture plinths. A quiet hum of stories recorded from the public can be heard from speakers hanging from the ceiling which can be put to your ear. In the 2019 installation all of these stories were collected from communities in Derby describing an act of care performed for the ones they love. You can listen to some of the stories here: Small Promethean Acts on Soundcloud

Read about the Artcore Gallery exhibition Description of show  28th Nov 2019-4th Jan 2020, Albert St., Derby Read more information about  small promethean acts

installation of small ceramic figures and domestic objects on furniture with projection of sunrise
Installation at the Hypatia Trust, Penzance, July 2019

Weaving stories and narratives between sculpture and sound to celebrate and represent women, mothers and domesticity, creates an immersive space for reflection on cultural and societal value place on domestic acts, ‘home workers’ and care in the hope that homeworkers and carers can change their sense of self through feeling value and being valued. Have a look at past installation and film projects about women on my archive:

Loss, latex and clothing sculptures, 1998
old fashioned pram painted black with granite egg stones and text
Loaded Object, sculpture, 2006