starting point for my work is an interest in paper and how it can transform a
space, escaping from the restrictions of its original two dimensional state.
Using paper as my medium, I explore the passage of time and the physical way we
experience this - through natural seasons and rhythms such as the changing of
light throughout the day and year.
work for Windows 204 uses tree silhouettes to ‘capture’ and view light as it
moves across the cut-outs throughout the day. The silhouettes are cut by hand,
and the long space of time it takes to do this reflects the imperceptible
progress of natural rhythms and cycles - making the pieces becomes a daily
The installation is site specific, made with the shop
windows’ position and exposure to light in mind. The coloured papers behind
each silhouette react differently when seen in varying light conditions so that
some will be more noticeable at certain times of day while others remain