Jacqui's work deals with the constructed character of our local landscapes to explore the production of these environments in relation to identity. This focus concerns both community and individual identity as they are expressed in the social structures of 'Australian Culture'.
Keep Off The Grass abstracts visual and spatial languages used in domestic environments and landscape architecture. It employs building and construction process in the production and re-production of a theatrical space of materiality. It looks at the use of space in everyday and how we understand space through framing and the territories produced. The project questions the relationships of ‘mother nature’/’manmade’ and reality/façade to highlight the impossibility of these binary categorizations. Jacqui is concerned with the power embedded within the built environment and how this influences the way we understand space and what that means to us.