“They are shapes are that were generated by a computer. It’s data that’s been pushed through five different programmes, to create the images we have now. I started with five stories, and then made a 3D digital form out of the stories, so the words dictate the 3D form. They were meant to be nets, so you could fold them into shape and make them. They didn’t work, but I quite like that they failed, because stories don’t have form. It’s nice that they failed to get a form.
It’s been quick, really intense, but really good. I’ve learnt a lot, and my work has progressed to somewhere I probably wouldn’t have seen it going otherwise.
I’m actually doing an MA at AUB next, so I’m going straight onto that! I think I’ve just delved into this and I’m not quite ready to give it up yet, another year will be great.”