White cotton threads stretch across across the main space at the Union Gallery (2018). The threads extend out from the white walls and intersect at the centre of the space. Soft clouds of off-white wool batting hang from the ceiling, draping over the the threads. Long strands of wool dyed in light yellows, oranges and browns are tangled throughout the suspended mass. Some strands are spun into yarn, using wooden drop-spindles. Wool pools onto the floor and is collected into large stainless steel mixing bowls; wooden spindles rest in the collected fibres on the floor. The wooly suspension is lit from above, casting shadows around the room, enveloping the space in its fragile architecture.
Photos courtesy of the Union Gallery, Kingston, On, 2018.