The exhibition ROSE-TINTED focuses on man-made signs and networks that have become derelict and are being lost to nature. She articulates the power of the elements whether it be natural, manmade, organic or urban, making the invisible visible and the visible invisible. The works are a combination of photography, post-production ‘darkroom’ processes, painting and perspex to highlight the many vibrant and transformative powers of the landscape around us. Highlighting the spatial interplay between line, shape, colour and shadow. By pushing the boundaries of process she attempts to deepen the viewers understanding of man and nature, and explore the Interconnectivity of people and place.
Exploiting this relationship between the synthetic and the natural her work considers notions that we are surrounded by an invisible landscape of spaces, colour, light, sound, movement and temperature. Therefore the different strands of her practise address the ongoing dialogues we have with our immediate environment, and asks questions about how we are shaping and interpreting it.