I seek to communicate a sense of hope and permanence amid flux and change.
This installation is a site-specific response to the dead-end, ‘cul-de-sac’ position of this studio; and seeks to find new openings through intuitive play with low-fi materials.
The work is my personal response to conflict and migratory flux; exploring my feeling of powerlessness - but not indifference - to an ongoing, overfamiliar narrative that is more complex that we see or understand.
Human movement is presented through borders, barriers, edges, and the daily influx of headlines - whether personal or public - is something we each have a choice to absorb or ignore.
The title, Remain in me and I in You, derives from a biblical scripture, John 15.4, signifies the narratives that we hold onto.