Berg

After a lifetime of moving and an existential crisis regarding where exactly I belong, I created these hand made shelters, patchworks, protective clothing and wallpaper. Cheap, portable, and made largely from found and gifted materials, or products in pound shops, they are elements of home; maps of my own territories  that I can carry with me wherever I go.

 

Blue Tent, 2018, cloth, paper, paint, found sticks and rocks, size (flat without tapes) 13.5″ x 21″

 

Blue Boy, 2018, fabric, paper and paint, size (flat without tapes) 18″ x 18″.

 

Blue Boy, 2018, fabric, paper and paint, size (flat without tapes) 18″ x 18″.

 

Milan cape, 2018, fabric, paint, size (flat without tapes) 44″ x 36″.

 

 

Field Boundaries, 2018, Clare Thomas, cloth, thread, two pieces, 44″ x 36″ and 41″ x 50″.

 

 

Berg, 2018, fabric and thread, 58″ x 53″

 

Berg, 2018, fabric and thread, 58″ x 53″, installation view, Tapir Gallery, Berlin.

 

Untitled, (Magic Roundabout) 2019, fabric and thread.

 

Untitled, 2019, fabric and thread.

 

Untitled, 2019, fabric and thread, shown with painted cardboard packaging.

 

 

Installation view, Back Lane West, UK, 2019. Shown: fabric collages, plastic tent and painted cardboard packaging.

 

Installation view, Back lane west, UK, 2019. Shown: fabric collage, hand drawn and pained wallpaper, painted cardboard packaging, chairs provided.

 

Installation view, Back Lane West, UK, 2019. Shown: hand drawn and painted wallpaper, chairs provided.