Curio•sea•ty, March 2015 Patrick Studios, Project Space, East Street Arts, Leeds
For What It’s Worth, March 2015
This piece looks to visually show salt in it’s universal and unifying role of both the land and the sea – interlinking both through how it is gathered, transported, distributed and finally consumed. A commodity which has taken it’s place as a vital tool for preserving, creating wealth and maintaining communities of people. I am fascinated by the simple quiet life that it now lives out.
Size: 70cm (h) x 70cm (w)
Material: Installation – rope, Himalayan rock salt, sea salt, mussel shells, varnish, paper, fish knives, ribbon, thread, paper garlands and string.
Also exhibited in: Curio•sea•ty at South Square, South Square Gallery, Thornton, Bradford, June – July 2015