11 May, 2019 - 13 Jul, 2019
Helen Wyatt uses narrative jewellery to explore edges, walls and fences as the material expression of transitional sites – places where nature and culture intersect. Consequently, she has been walking through landscapes, studying ordinary elements that define ownership and use of land. I Walk the Line will showcase a selection of new wearable objects that explore Wyatt’s conceptual concerns.
Image: Structure and Foliage 1, 2018, 925 silver and patinated copper and stainless steel pin. Approximately 9 by 6 by 1.5 centimetres, photograph courtesy of the artist.
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