Contextualising my practice
Mouth Lockets – Weighed down by one’s mouth. Portable mouth locket/table locket. “A lock of hair, lovers sighing, a stopped clock, babies crying.”
“The ambiguous nature of these objects can fire the imagination. A characteristic they share is their curious potential to unsettle” Tessa Peters
“A lock of hair, lovers sighing, a stopped clock, babies crying.” Roger McGough
These artifacts are from the process of casting my mouth
The casting of the inside, the direct representation of the experience, the sensations, feelings.