My work explores notions of individual and collective memory as well as personal and cultural identity. Representation of land influences our cultural identity. The relationship between a person and a space is very important in terms of conceptualising my subject matter. The work is looking at the relation between the experiential, the real and the imaginary by picturing my father in a performative and sculptural manner. Imagery seeks to show the sense of belonging and a connection with the land. Belonging to a certain place, time, ideology and society. Our identity is being formed through these aspects and the landscape becomes witness of our existence and actions. It is fulfilled with ideologies and reflects culture's beliefs and practices.
Lucy Cassidy • Annie Evans • Thomas Huw Evans • Vera Hadzhiyska • Annabelle Hall • Aimee Harvey • Ben Hatherly • Sam MacAlpine • Ryan Munday • Archie Munro • Harry Murphy • Sarkiz Mutafyan • Robart Nikolchev • Alisha Payer • Robbie Spotswood • Steven St John • Aaron Stewart • Vytaute Trijonyte • Saesha Ward • Cameron Webb • Rhiannon Wiggs •