I spent an intense eight days at Crickhowell installing my work, Mirrored, at Green Man Festival and I’m only now beginning to process it! Green Man is very different from a lot of music festivals. There’s a real focus on building a strong visual aesthetic and visual arts programme. The location itself is also beautiful and gives a pleasing backdrop to all the activities.
I was there to install my work, Mirrored. It was my first time building sculptural works at that size and my first time working outdoors. It was definitely a success, but as with all new experiences I learnt a lot and have a lot that I want to build on and develop further.
(more photos can be found here)
I’m currently thinking about how to develop the piece further, and exploring ways of possibly even ways of reconfiguring it for display in different environments. If you’re interested in displaying them please do get in touch.
Many thanks to Alexis Zelda Stevens and the rest of Green Man for the invite to develop and exhibit new work, and for taking me out of my comfort zone. It was scary but it’s definitely been beneficial for my practice and I can definitely see this being developed further.