Stacked and Tumbling2021
‘Stacked and Tumbling’ was a site-specific installation made for ‘The house protects the dreamer’ a collaborative exhibition with the artists Emma Gregory and Esme Clutterbuck that worked with themes of time and domesticity. The exhibition took place at Safehouse 2 in London a semi derelict Victorian terraced house and the piece was sited in the kitchen. The chose of materials reflects the domestic origins of the work - old sheets are stacked precariously on a metal ironing board and tipped to create a supportive buttress.
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- Dimensions: 110cm x 170cm x 35cm
- Contexts: Exhibition , Practice-based research , Residency
- Artforms: Installation , Intervention , Mixed media , Sculpture , Textiles
- Tags: house or home’, everyday object, time, domesticity, structure, stacking, fabric, balance, support, laundry