Micro-Worlds:

Interpretations and Observations of Organic Forms

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Micro-Worlds: Interpretations & Observations of Organic Forms explores the nuances and intricacies of microscopic forms, often removed from their original context. The imagery moves away from natural or identifiable forms, using printmaking to document and create a suite of new objects that map the discovery of an unknown world. Influenced by personal moments, memories and reflections, the images are emotional and intuitive responses to familiar forms present in local and immediate environments. The identity and meaning of these precious objects shift over time. They are no longer growing, they are no longer alive, but they are far from static. The ever-changing forms remain dynamic, providing endless possibilities, re-imaginings and new worlds.