Self.(un)centered is an interplay between audience, object and environment. Embracing technology, celebrating nature, exploring a layered process and complex experience, questioning what collage means in the 21st century.
Transitioning between putting pencil to paper and the new opportunities technology offers, I swapped natural materials with man-made. Excited about the juxtaposition between the everchanging landscape and the hard, unmoving, static qualities of Perspex, I wanted to explore a more progressive way of collaging using the natural environment. The engraved female images remain strong and unmoved, interacting with the ever changing sky and foliage in the background. An assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole.
If you would like to purchase a limited addition print, then I have created 2 prints for you to choose from. The prints are shown below.

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