PhD Exhibition at National Glass Centre
The culmination of my PhD research opened at the National Glass Centre Research Space on 10th October and ran until 22nd November, 2015.
The doctorate involved the research and development of pioneering kiln forming techniques to create forms and images trapped as air bubbles, suspended within a glass space.
Recent sculptural work examines how immaterial elements can be exposed or preserved through glass and air, exploring the concept of making visible the intangible, using air as a metaphor for thought, memory, presence and absence.
More info: http://www.nationalglasscentre.com/visit/onyourvisit/viewourexhibitions/exhibitions/details/?id=544