In Sculpture in the Expanded Field, Rosalind Krauss uses a geometric device, the so‐called ‘expanded field’ to broaden the definition of sculpture from ‘that which is not architecture and not landscape’ to include things which fall into the category ‘both architecture and landscape, and therefore, in a way, neither’.
In a series of 6, 3 and 9 pieces, I explored the way wax transforms under the application of heat. Allowing the substance to be transfigured, manipulated, transplanted.
Ultimately producing works which are never landscape nor sculpture, but simultaneously both.
The first of my Final Year Masters projects, these First Works are an introduction to a new way of producing through experimenting; understanding; engaging and re-Working.