These photographs combine panoramic landscapes of Pembrokeshire with 'sea-paintings' carried out on this shoreline and images of the artist's cellular tissue removed from her mouth, ear, blood, cervix and kidney.

Each cell group is combined with a visually appropriate part of the coastline, for example the waves evoke ear bones in one. These works are a complex metaphor for change and evolution, the individual and nature, the virus and its host prompted by the heightened AIDS awareness of the late 1980s.

Provenance

The artist's estate.


Walker Art Gallery

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