Sense of Place: A derelict building, windows and doors barred in order to protect, holding intimate secrets within.

History: Grandiose lifestyles of the residence, a wealthy merchant and his family in early 19th century, or the tedious repetitive labour of moving and stacking imported and exported goods during its function as a warehouse, also the monotonous, replicated processes of folding, cutting and joining whilst it housed a textile factory in the 1960-70’s.

Journey: on walking around the work, recurring forms unfold evoking association with a historical journey, movement and place.

Rhythmic forms confined, trapped within structured boundaries of repetition, exploring a materials potential to transcend function yet convey meaning.