The seaside is a place of childhood memory for the artist, for whom it has always been an escape from the realities of day-to-day life. A safe haven for her, the sea brings serenity. We all have memories we choose to forget or are fragmented. The sea is an agent that rearranges the beach as the tide comes in and out, removing imperfections just as our brain removes the bad from memories. She believes that art should be accessible for everyone and is aiming to create work that is viewable to the blind by incorporating braille into her work and printing onto fabric. Using braille to describe the image allows the braille reader to have access to information that the visually sighted can't access. She turns the table so that information is taken away from the visually sighted so they can try and understand the frustration of not being able to see what the artists vision is.
Madison Brown • Hannah Griffiths • Hannah Halls • Ruth Hartley • Emily Hinge • Abigail Kenny • Bilyana Petrova •