Multi-media visual art installation exploring loss and grief and healing through curiosity and conversation.
Routes of Sorrow is an innovative and challenging multi disciplinary artwork produced in phases over a 10-year period (2011-2021). The completed artwork will be an educational and therapeutic resource for people working in the caring profession, as well as for academics.
Phase Three: Floating (additional sculptures, dance and music expands and will incorporate the first two stages), venue Ark-T. Dates 2019 tbc.
Phase Two: Living Loss: Triggers (quilted wall-hanging with soundscapes) exhibited in 2015
Phase One: Routes of Sorrow (paintings, ceramics, objects) first exhibited 2013