May 14, 2020

The following are brief abstracts about my sculptures...

Smash The Patriarchy

Smash The Patriarchy is a feminist reconceptualisation of the classic fairground game, Test Your Strength. This interactive sculpture portrays empowering feminist messages instead of numerical...

December 7, 2011

This was where it all began. I got some cardboard, white card, small bits of wood and some plasterboard. Without measuring anything, I used the piece of cardboard as the wall and worked to that scale. I couldn’t plan it or measure it, as the whole point of the installa...

December 7, 2011



- Storeys

- Stairs

- Labyrinths 

  - lost / searching / routes / maze

    - routes to escape / freedom

    - ultimate place 

      - haven / Utopia

*This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Sketches and t...

December 6, 2011

Having the opportunity to be a part of this amazing student exhibition, I wanted to create a specific piece which would fit into a white walled space, an installation that would work within it and give it life. I didn’t want to exhibit something that wouldn’t relate to...

December 6, 2011

Playing around with composition to represent that of my installation vision and drawings/plans. 

The extreme perspectives in the installation represent the flux of chaos and time in this dystopian world. 

The points facing outwards in a kind of attacking position cr...

December 6, 2011

 Distorting the landscape - representing that of a dystopian landscape of an imaginary world. 

- chaos / fluxuating ambiguity of time and movement destroying the structure of balance, reality, gravity.

- turning landscape into a world of chaos and dystopia. 

*This bl...

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by Hollie Mackenzie

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