A line is not always visible or straight, but twists and curves, connects and interconnects. How this line can be manipulated through the application of movement and materials within woven textiles is central to the practice.
This body of work draws on the ephemeral qualities of trace and fluidity in relation to linear connections within the landscape.The line is a 'connector' of place, exploring streams of hidden energy that seemingly flow beneath the surface linking three specific Neolithic Sites.
Through series, scale and multiples, communicated through stitch and weave processes, drawing on documentation tools of photography, books and maps, the line Is connected through 'nodal points.'The intention is to conceal and reveal the hidden line, manipulating its' direction through woven structure or stitch.