The Forest That Sighs explores the notion of deeply listening to our world. With a focus on opening us to the non-human world that we are part of, my aim is to explore where humans sit in relation to nature. Exploring the intersection between materiality and temporality.
The barely anthropomorphic forms appear as otherworldly, rising from the earth to enchant the unconscious to step forward. They possess a mystic vitality that whispers of the precious, precarious future. Handmade, organic, imperfect.
2pm – 6pm Saturday 20th November
10am – 5pm Sunday 21st November