The School of Art, Birmingham, 2012
A residency exploring the use of materials and fabrication techniques as part of the Artists Access 2 Art Colleges scheme.
The final work was presented as part of ‘And Miles to Go Before I Sleep’ that showed four distinct artistic practices.
The title is taken from the poem ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ by the American writer Robert Frost. The poetic line acts as a metaphor for the durational endeavour and journey inherent in artistic production. This exhibition presents a pause or moment in that journey and shows us not necessarily completed or finished work, but a transitory phase in the generation and exploration of ideas at a given time.