Are you occupied?
An unanswerable question.
Time stands silently still.
Monochrome grey desensitises all surroundings.
The bed is a solitary sanctuary, enclosed and confined.
Natural wool blankets, pillows and bed linen become attached, re-used, re-cycled, carried and worn as everyday clothes.
Constructions no longer appear as they should.
Heavy layering of garments re-shape and appear misplaced, confused and empty.
Hold me pillows are inseparable with cinched waist's.
Unbalanced padded blankets are wrapped and hidden in,
Tailored jackets are worn as innovative skirts, fitted bed sheets for dresses,
stretched elasticated details capture what once was.
Its ok not to be ok.
Put the flag out,
Comfort is found in the nonconformity.
Don't be afraid to wear your emotions.
This collection blurs the lines between interior furnishings, textile art sculptures and wearable garments. These still life images capture the emptiness of the solitary sculptural forms. With no human body do these clothes return to being interior furnishings and unwanted textiles?