This work explores the idea that our surroundings both internally and externally are sculpted through oral (the mouth) and aural (the ear) muscles. This concept is used to consider place, collectivity and materiality with the potential to produce a new language of informal architecture.
The old doors and the golden horn reflect upon current dialogues in social practice considering the agency of objects, the potentially of sound and the relationship between labours and aesthetics.
-Cities Methodologies, UCL, London 2014
-The Art of Nature conference, Balaji Temple, Birmingham 2014
Visit mouths and skins to see objects used