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All I See (2019)
All I See is a personal portrayal of the views limited to my house whilst recovering from surgery and highlights the period of physical vulnerability and restraint endured through recovery. Based on this experience, my work All I See focuses on details that would normally be overlooked in the mundanity of my home setting, which are then translated into a hopeful space using creativity.
These negatives were created in my house using ingredients from the kitchen cupboards, which were later transferred over to glass to represent fragility and confinement from behind it.
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