Research to Inform Artistic Output & Sculptures
Research is a central component of every artist’s practice and enhances opportunities for resourcing the work required.
With public commissions or projects that respond to a certain subject, Rebecca’s uses a structured approach to the research.
This research may come in the form of academic research, studying form and structure within a given environment or subject, or involve community engagement, visiting places or other art forms to stimulate ideas and define themes. With many other research approaches you are assured of an educated and informed design and artistic output.
Case Study - Parabola Concepts
The ‘Parabolas’ refers to a mathematical curve which is used in architecture and were made in response to the acoustics of Salisbury Cathedral.
Case Study - Victorian Architecture
Facets , a collection of 30 glass bowls inspired by Victorian architecture and social history, was originally created in response to a museum and gallery.
Case Study - Journey of Flight
Four winged sculptures that describe a liminal journey, snap shot stages of flight. They rotate on concealed bearings, responding to touch or the wind.