Everything Reminds me of Everything Else

(Selected sculpture works)

'Untitled II' from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women' (2016), photographed at the exhibition 'Muriel' 

Although most of the objects I create are designed as wearable pieces to facilitate performances, I have often exhibited them as standalone sculptures as well. Coming from a textiles background, I love working with fabrics and assembling pieces through sewing and embroidery; however, I personally don't consider my work 'textile art'. 

I create my sculptures primarily through assemblage of found objects, in particular the tools of femininity and domesticity: within my sculptures these tools which promise social capital and acceptance are rendered useless, counterproductive, untrustworthy or absurd. 

I have titled my sculptures 'Everything reminds me of Everything Else', because I realised it's just true. I have always been drawn to collecting strange objects wherever I go, and reassembling them into other objects. After my surgery in 2019, I felt even more compelled to recreate all the objects I came to associate with my hospital visits and doctors appointments. 

'Hysteria Hat I' from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women, assemblage of found objects, (2016)

'Untitled I' and 'Untitled II' from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women, assemblage of found objects (2016)

'The Dissociation Machine', assemblage of found objects and acrylic paint, (2016)

'OUCH' from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women, assemblage of found objects, (2016) 

'Untitled I' from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women', photograph from the exhibition 'Muriel' (2016)

'OW' from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women, assemblage of found objects (2016) 

'Neoangiogensis I' ,assemblage of fabric, thread and found object (2020)

'Cannula I' and 'Cannula II' assemblage of found objects (2020)

'Best Wishes' ,assemblage of fabric, thread and found object (2020)

Various sculptures  from 'The Anatomy of Fragile and Unconventional Women', photograph from the exhibition 'Muriel' (2016)