Cithra – low landscape
slumped stained glass (1 day) acid etched white marble jesmonite, magnesium cattle boluses, blown glass
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Background, history, commissioner of the work
Commissioned by The Tetley, Leeds and Gasworks, London.
This is a piece from a body of work through which I reflect on the thresholds and close interdependencies between wildness and domestication, informed by my time in rural Northern Ireland. Engaging with a range of fields such as contemporary agricultural practices, rewilding policies and archaeology, this work was developed from my research residency and exhibition at Gasworks London in 2019. During this residency I researched the writings of Irish-born female explorer and inventor Martha Craig.