Patterns, Paternalism, Power, Pity…
|Dimensions:||1.7m H x 9m W (variable)|
|Media:||Cotton Paper and latex|
I have increasingly treated land and body as one site. Noticing how boundaries, restrictions, borders are responsive to history and to political action, the land becomes the repository revealing this process. In a similar manner the body is marked, tattooed, bruised or wounded and defines territories and emotional zones that can be compared to the history of transformation, coersion and adaptation.