“I am making propositions through works by creating spaces of perception that can bring us into contact with the ‘life-world’. Our porous bodies breathe in and spill out into the world. To recognise this interdependence is the ecological undercurrent within my work.” Janet Laurence

Janet Laurence’s work echoes architecture while retaining organic qualities and a sense of instability and transience. Her work occupies the liminal zones or meeting places of art, science, imagination and memory. Profoundly aware of the interconnection of all life forms, Laurence often produces work in response to specific sites or environments using a diverse range of materials. Alchemical transformation, history and perception are underllying themes in her exhibition work.