3. Site-Specific Installations
I wanted to expand my drawing beyond the page, beyond the 2D surface, its form and size dictated by the space to be occupied, engaging with the viewer in a physical way.
I designed a methodology for the reproduction of these drawings which I have to follow; from the materials I use, the line I form, to my gestures. The unconventional materials I use — wool and nails, symbolise both the softness and the dangerous claws of the cat. The drawings appear robust but are fragile and delicate at the same time, and can potentially unravel with a touch.
Each installation is site-specific and unique; it’s form inspired by that space.