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Close comparison

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Impression

Material thinking

Meaning expansion

Metaphor

Metaphorical leap

Metonymic

Metonymy

Noise

Out-of-placeness

Overlookedness

Peripheral

Proximity

Same domain Domain matrix

Sensory connections

Sustainability

Synecdoche

Taxonomic

Tolerance 

Transferral

Unfolding

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Drawings

These photographic ‘drawings with objects’ bring together glass prisms and broom fibres as metaphors for the lockdown experience. The prism represents the home, the lockdown period and a medium that changes how we see or understand our world. The broom fibres provide the drawn line and a metaphor for the older woman (self). We can follow these lines through the prism. Their journey is fractured, multiple and curious.

Prism House (1,2 &3) was on show in Out of Isolation at UCA Farnham from July to November 2020.

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Bound Stone

Frottage. Rubbings of stones bound with thread

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