Imperfectly Natural

An exploration of rhythm, transition and connections.

Natural cycles and the birth of my baby daughter, Eliza, were a source of inspiration. I  contemplated the links and changes taking place at this time when a new generation emerges.

Like many natural events, governed by science and mathematics, random or chaotic interventions introduce “imperfections” and new directions. I am interested in how transitions occur both imperceptibly and more dramatically.

The work here focuses on hands, as a symbol of our unique identity, but also as a means of feeling, connecting with, and exploring the world.

Beyond this brief moment when two hearts beat in resonance, it is the realisation of a parent, and later the child that, however strong the bond between them, or with other loved ones, we are all alone.