Installation using found furniture and paint.
Commissioned by LOCWS International for Art Across the City at The National Waterfront Museum, Swansea.
14 May - 19 June 2016
Resistance is a work that addresses ideas of nostalgia, regeneration and acceptance. The sculpture consists of a wall built between the old and new parts of The National Waterfront Museum with the 'front' facing the new part and protecting the old. The wall is built from very human items: chairs, tables, cabinets and other furniture, to suggest a level of immediacy and strength-of-feeling - that this was put up rapidly with whatever was to hand. As time has gone on the wall has softened and a passageway has appeared. People can go through if they want.