Found domestic objects are a starting point to all of Carole's work. In this exhibition the artist remakes and rearranges these inanimate objects to become symbolic references and metaphors of how we relate to one another as couples. The sculptures represent the life cycle of relationship’s, our desires, the need for physical and emotional attachment and inevitably the reality of disconnection between two people.
Carole Griffiths is a practicing Sculptor and full time lecturer at Bradford College she has a BA (Hons) Degree in Sculpture from Wimbledon School of Art and MA in Visual arts under Leeds Metropolitan University. Her work has been exhibited in numerous places within the Yorkshire Region including South Square, Dean Clough and Mercer Gallery. Carole is also a member of a Collaboration 'The Unlocked Collective' of which recently exhibited at Sunny Bank Mills. Carole is currently preparing a proposal plan to undertake a PhD by practice related to the theme of 'the domestic object and representations of desire’.