My recent work explores the shifting re-interpretations of motherhood as subject matter in contemporary art. In particular, my work investigates the process of traversing mother/artist identities as a useful model to reinstate a creative space between motherhood and art practice. This premise involves re-orienting rituals and personal experience utilising a role of mother as ‘Keeper, Facilitator and Manipulator of Memory’ to create a new narrative which may highlight social undercurrents or create a new mythology. This narrative is conveyed through sculptural objects, video and sound that are used as innovative sites in installation art that blur private and public boundaries.
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