Monday, 12 March 2018


Drawing on experiences of her mother’s hospital admission, Anne fashioned a sparkling form with a multi-layered tag – defying defeatist homogenization within perceptions of dementia that she identified during that admission. 

She also created a paper horn shape termed ‘Shouting in the Wind’ covered with phrases repeated by her mother during her hospital admission: ‘What are you doing to me’, ‘HELP!’, ‘What do you want?’ and ‘where am I?’ written in pencil around this hollow form.
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