Rachel Laycock ‘Note to Self’ – South Transept

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Rachel Laycock ‘Note to Self’ – South Transept
It is language, discourse and the process of negotiating meaning and truth, which informs the artist’s work.

‘Note to Self’ – South Transept
It is language, discourse and the process of negotiating meaning and truth, which informs the artist’s work. The act of penetrating glass forms with fragments of text is literally and metaphorically an act of vitrification, transforming the everyday speech that passes between us.

Rachel is interested in the ways that we make and remake ourselves by creating objects out of our lived experience. Using writing to heal, turning scribbles, thoughts and mental nonsense into pieces of sculpture. All as a way of escaping and taking control of the moment, trying to define the intangible. In rendering these thoughts and phrases as crystalline forms they are frozen and offered up for more careful consideration.

Venue: Hartlepool Art Gallery

Rachel Laycock ‘Note to Self’ – South Transept