Sunday, 11 April 2010

Sarah Core

My practice is dominated by material and object, by the manifestation of idea through that material and my personal response to the experience of making that object. I am interested in the notion of perfection and much of my work refers back to the human body in its ‘perfect variety’.

Oyster shells represent a form of perfection that is borne of nature and hence to even attempt duplication requires an act of power on the part of the maker. I hope to reflect the isolation that is the consequence of the discipline required to achieve what is ultimately an unreality.

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