This documentation captures the changing interplay of sunlight and shadows in my beeswax window installation 'Solace', at the Hill End artist-in-residence September 2013.
Illuminated and activated by sunlight, 'Solace' became a daily sensory engagement with the environment. The impermanence and fragility of the beeswax causes it to be in a subtle yet constant state of flux, changing from malleable to brittle with just a few degrees difference in temperature. 'Solace' plays with notions of exterior and interior, filtering the daylight of the outside world into the studio space causing a dappled grid of shadows to move across the floor. Gently prompting us to consider changing weather patterns and the evolving consequences of human impact on the environmental.
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