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2018 - 2020

How does a person react to the space and materials provided to contain their body with?

How do varying shapes, colours, and textures control a body?

This study uses ceramics and textiles to create a series of images documenting worn sculptures. Ceramic pieces were sculpted to compliment and mimic the curves of the human form. These sculptures were photographed as a light spectrum interacted with their surfaces. People were invited to engage with the sculptures before the ceramic surfaces were covered with flocking powder, resin, and paint. 

These sculptures have changed to mimic the way human's constructed environments change around us. As the look and feel of the ceramic pieces changed, the model's movements and emotional responses to the sculptures changed as well.

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