Hand to handink on paper, wood 4x63x34cm
Tempus fugitunfired earthenware, grass seeds 2x20x15cm
This is a small sculpture of the bones of a hand, but in the color of earth,
a natural clay hue, and not the white of bone. The piece clearly evokes thoughts of death, burial and the transformation of the matter of the body into food for plants and animals- the most fundamental form of recycling. Tempus fugit is Latin for Time flies.
Two sistershand-built unglazed earthenware 16x23x29cm
This work of two skulls, hand-built of natural dark clay, confounds expectations both because of the title: ‘Two Sisters’ and because of the colour of the skulls. We don’t ever see people’s skulls and certainly don’t identify them by their skulls. Most people couldn’t say whether or not there is a family resemblance here. Also, these skulls are dark brown, but even black people, with very dark skin, have white skulls of course. So this piece raises questions about race as well as bodies.
No-one therestitched linen (on light box) 5x78x73cm
Against the Evil Eyebronze, glass, metal, velvet 9x13x10cm