2190 Days to Forget You is the exploration and documentation of liminal space that touches upon two key aspects of the human experience – that of Intimacy and Isolation.
I examined the process of mark-making to capture various states of the human condition, relationship and psyche. The process takes the form of inscriptions/epitaphs as a way of meditation and self reflection. I also explored the use of monochrome in my works with scales of grey to black to simultaneously express depth and distance, as well as absence and loss.
The body of work comprises 24 paper sculptures made from paper pulp, synthetic polymer paint, ink and graphite pencil (dimensions variable).