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Between the Dog and the Wolf

This series of sculptures explored ideas about transition and change through the use of installation, mixed media and the creation of work made from several components. The casting process can be seen as a metaphor for absence and presence and the transformational nature of the ceramic material has associations with geology and archaeology, suggesting narratives of metamorphoses and healing.

Photos by Philip Sayer, Steve Russell, Kate Forrest and Edith Garcia

Entre Chien et Loup, 2004, ceramic and mixed media
Entre Chien et Loup, detail, 2004, ceramic and mixed media
Entre Chien et Loup, detail, 2004, ceramic and mixed media
Entre Chien et Loup, detail, 2004, ceramic and mixed media
Entre Chien et Loup, detail, 2004, ceramic and mixed media
The Problem of Communication, 2003, ceramic, steel and acrylic
The Problem of Communication, 2003, ceramic, steel and acrylic
Ex-Votos, 2003-2004, brick clay
Ex-Votos, 2003-2004, brick clay
Ex-Votos, detail, 2003-2004, brick clay
Entre Chien et Loup - Jackal, 2003, bronze
Entre Chien et Loup –Jackal, shown in Gloucester Cathedral, 2010, bronze