Annie Trevorah’s multidisciplinary practice includes photography, print, sculpture, sound, textiles and video to communicate different socio-dynamic relationships between humanity and plants. In CLADES, the artist reveals fluidity inherent within structure, cultivating a balance between containment and freedom. Richly-hued resin forms examine themes of metamorphosis, with the knotted material symbolising entanglement. This organic approach to human-nature interplay recalls the work of Veronica Ryan, engaging with the remnants and residues of material to question contemporary social issues and themes of justice.
Image: Annie Trevorah, CLADES, (2022). 30cm x 120cm x 8cm.