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Meaning expansion

Metaphor

Metaphorical leap

Metonymic

Metonymy

Noise

Out-of-placeness

Overlookedness

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Sensory connections

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Synecdoche

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Transferral

Unfolding

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Drawings

Trip Hazard. Pen and Ink drawing

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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