The Mutilated Reality of Innocence

I choose to use fabric and wool as a physical representation of humanity. Using the soft and comfortable tributes of these materials I create pieces which initially appeal to our 'inner child'. Through distorting the figures and bringing out a harsher character, I then turn my work into an emotional contradiction, whilst focusing on the themes of power and control within society.

A brutal mutilation of these materials opens up new questions and concerns about the reality of humanity.

They are the truth,
warning you away from their cute and cosy exterior.



Hiding, cuddling the boy into the tiniest space, with that ever growing fear of being found.

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