My work is centred around themes of time, memory and isolation, typically reflecting and referencing a melancholic state; neither hopeful or hopeless, bright or dull, passive or active. This space in-between interests me most, as the indeterminacy and liminality of this state offers endless possibilities for transformation. A transmutation occurs when a building begins its process of deterioration, not only in the space itself but in the societal view of the structure. My work explores these changes; the change in people’s behaviour when they enter a space which holds no consequence, the change in nature as the balance shifts between life and decay and the change in societal views when a structure becomes too ruined or not ruined enough.
Annie Boothroyd • Joe Clark • Eilidh Hutchison • Joe O'Brien • Alex Rogers • Ezgi Sahinoglu • Alex Warner •