This site-specific installation was a response to a particular area in a particular building: the Garage Studios at University of Worcester. During the making of the piece I was thinking about workmanship, co-operation and creative development and exploring how the infrastructure of the building, often overlooked, is tied in to the work that takes place there.

The organic forms were hand woven in copper wire using a rare and little-used ancient technique called ‘Open Trichinopoly’, most famously used by the Californian artist Ruth Asawa in the 1950s.

  • Location: The Garage Studios, Worcester
  • Date: May 2015
  • Stance: Virabhadrasana