Sally's thoughts and ideas over the last 4 months of CV19 lock down. With time to think many of these thoughts have become tangled and intertwined. This dresser represents some of the compartments in Sally's mind, giving space, substance and presence to a thought helping to untangle and process it.
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Copper pipes old and new
The old shower bathroom pipes showing signs of age, discolouration and rust interlocking and contrasting against the newer pieces of copper. Over time the new will also become old and in a continuous cycle of renovation and regeneration we carry on.
But for a few months time stood still during lockdown, and we had to stay strong and grounded, taking the opportunity to regenerate our mind, revaluate time and renovate our soul.
Plastic bottles and carton top collected during lockdown from 1 March till 1 July. Liquids consumed by a family of 5 during lockdown.
The shells and old discarded plastic netting collected from the first tirp to a secluded beach when lockdown was eased.
The mirrors multiply the objects raising awareness to the threat of plastic waist to our seas and ocean.
The beautiful patterns time and the elements have created on the deteriorating shells contrast against plastic netting which continues to stand the test of time.
Grandmother's old handmade lace intertwined with discarded plastic fishing nets.
A reminder of the fragility of humanity and our environment.