Dulcie Reading the Supplement

 

This piece attempts to break free from the more restrictive structures and formalised views of the Chair Woman series.

The figure is created from free-standing, interlocked photos. Each section of her body is physically separate and twisted in an attempt to create more fluidity. The fine wire rods help to create links between the figure, the furniture and the background and try to activate the areas of space between the photos. The furniture is cut back to reduce its visual dominance and to reflect the angular forms of the photos.

At first sight the figure appears to be structurally autonomous, but on closer inspection she is merely reflecting the format of the full-colour magazine in which she is so engrossed.

Dulcie Reading the Supplement

This piece attempts to break free from the more restrictive structures and formalised views of the Chair Woman series.

The figure is created from free-standing, interlocked photos. Each section of her body is physically separate and twisted in an attempt to create more fluidity. The fine wire rods help to create links between the figure, the furniture and the background and try to activate the areas of space between the photos. The furniture is cut back to reduce its visual dominance and to reflect the angular forms of the photos.

At first sight the figure appears to be structurally autonomous, but on closer inspection she is merely reflecting the format of the full-colour magazine in which she is so engrossed.

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