'The World Begins and Ends at the Garden' is a proposed exhibition in my living room space. Site specificity of the domestic is a vital factor in how I intend the viewer to view the work. Mirroring the palette of the white walls and wooden floors distorts the space as an extension of the room. The palette I work in is designed to create a relationship between the work and the space in the situation. This relationship forms the grounds upon which I can cast a disruption to the space by introducing contrasting qualities. Experimenting with irregular forms to conflict the viewer with the work and space. Forcing the viewer out of the traditional gallery space, and inviting them to consider the room itself as part of the artwork. 'Skip, Skip, Skip' is a moving image, site specific installation that I made during isolation. Reflecting upon repetition, restriction and routine.
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