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Inherent materiality through the lens of my identity. My practice circles the inherited disjointed nature of my identity, collecting, reusing found and organic materials, deconstructing and rearranging. Taking a formal shape and altering its originality, pulling interstice symbolism from the process of inflicted disintegration.

Morphing processes, smoothing a surface, making it seamless only to pull it apart, scrunch it up, rearrange or reconstruct it.

Always glitching between flaking disintegration and formal rearrangement, strict lines verse broken, crooked lines made by gesture. This work is a rearrangement and reconstruction of identity and of constant societal displacement.

emma.woodhamsb@gmail.com
instagram.com/emmabertozzi

Emma Woodhams-Bertozzi
Interstice amorphous: Carrara (1 of 8)
2016

Emma Woodhams-Bertozzi
Interstice amorphous: Carrara (2 of 8)
2016

Emma Woodhams-Bertozzi
Interstice amorphous: Copper to floor and clay to door
2016

Emma Woodhams-Bertozzi
Interstice amorphous: Leaning glass
2016

Emma Woodhams-Bertozzi
Interstice amorphous: Clay on gauze
2016

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