My work is concerned with femininity, the human body and its interior landscape. I am primarily concerned with the notion of the irish landscape and body as inherently ‘her’ or female. Influenced by bodily forms, bodily innards, moving and living organisms, how objects behave in a space and the female interior environment, I explore how, through irish politics, my body is an alien landscape, something to be feared, rejected and condemned. Taking this notion of the irish female body as condemned entity, I explore an alternative female biology- something which is unrecognisable in its appearance and forms, yet somehow inherently human. I like to re-imagine the female environment, its insides, textures, masses and lumps, and transform it into an otherworldly space.
'(Inside / Outside) ephemera'
Augmented reality sculpture in situ. 2020
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