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Series: FLOOD (2023-2024)

  FLOOD SERIES 2023 In March 2023 cyclone Freddy hit Malawi causing devastating floods and mudslides. I knew people who were living in the disaster zone at the time, and their disappearance and the inability to track them down caused much distress until we eventually found them alive and safe. As 2023 unfolded I tracked the ferocity of extreme weather events and virtually witnessed devastating floods all over the globe.    This reawakened my awareness of water as a form of matter with intense aliveness and agency: a substance with the capacity to change the face of a place unrecognisably. In the aftermath of its raging, settled water has the ability to dissolve sound. It is this quality of stillness after a catastrophe that I found most compelling about the floods in 2023. For me these moments were steeped with both immense awe and the devastation of loss.    Most of the paintings in this series are made with  river clay  that I collected from a river in Worcester (South Africa) where

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