Nothing Wrong Is With Me
Found kitchen cabinet, scrim, plaster, concrete, wax, pigment & painted steel.
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Background, history, commissioner of the work
The work was previously exhibited in the group show 'Like a Biennale', Civic House, Glasgow, January 2020.
My work often critiques the utopian visions of architecture & design, exploring the mistranslation between their ideas & realities. 'Nothing Wrong Is With Me' elevates a found kitchen cabinet that has been concealed in pink plaster & concrete. The work plays with ideas of value, functionality & 'masking', which is a widely shared autistic experience where people suppress the visual signs of their autism and imitate behaviours to conform to social 'norms'.