Spacehopper

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I am an artist and academic teaching Photography at the University of West London.
My visual art practice is a personal investigation of the limits of maternal subjectivity expressed through photography and video and I also write about the maternal in contemporary art practice.
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3 Responses to “Space Hopper”

  1. Helen Sargeant

    This deflated Space Hopper makes me think of a mothers exhausted body. Last week, I felt as if the air was leaking from me with the summer coming to an end, preparing the children for the start of the new term, the rush of the school run, the parting, the packing away, clearing away of play and unstructured time.

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  2. Frances Earnshaw

    It does have an oddly gynaecological look! My body feels much the same today…

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  3. Helen Sargeant

    It reminds me of pregnancy yoga balls that you are meant to use in active birth mode. Mine is rolling around in the cellar somewhere.

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