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Nestling in Jandakot
Cast bronze and red wool  ber Dimensions Variable
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Home is Nature’s, Dwelling
Cast silver & bronze, shibuichi and handmade rope within cotton threads
Dimensions Variable
I have moderated my historical memories into the archetypical symbol of the nest. These nest objects are emotional and
express individual information for times lived within my childhood environment. I am communicating by weaving together these moments of memories to create a personal symbol through the processes and materials used. The hidden meanings locked within are that of a family of three, dwelling within oneself, places in nature, walking and collecting, a bushland environment and a bygone era; Jandakot.
Petite-Cherie Boylan-Knight
petitecbk@hotmail.com
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