‘Architectural forms’ was inspired by a location in Plymouth. For me, travelling around Plymouth and viewing different places allowed me to analyse certain areas of Plymouth. This has influenced me to look at hidden places that you don’t normally see, such as looking at local deprivation areas.
I take photographs of the area, to reflect on my experience, understanding how people act within the space and how architecture builds their society. Using photographs has inspired me to create 3D architectural ceramic objects and transferring the photographic imagery onto them, by combining the two methods. Imagery is important within my work, it challenges the idea of perspective, scale and what the area is like there. It allows the audience to move around the spatial sculpture, when the objects are supported onto metal rods, seeing the images at different angles and perspectives, such as looking straight on, or above.