Woolf is perceptive in portraying how we avoid the intimate universality of thought and feeling, by persistently and eloquently unraveling in each of her character’s often concealed, socially unacceptable, thoughts. Lorrain seeks to interpret this through commonplace and overlooked materials, to create fragile sculptures and ephemeral installations.
These unassuming works shepherd the viewer through a mesh of spatial perception to consider the absent, presence of a body. There is a tangible perception of an outer, self-controlled persona with it’s inner, intuitive yet uncontrolled thoughts.
2019 WAVELENGTHS 2