Aimee Woodcock

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Elements of abjection run through Aimee’s practice, concerning herself with ideologies surrounding the body and the mortality of the self she uses characteristics of the bodily form; bulges, creases, folds and skin to inform and conceptualize the fragility of life and generate a discourse with the viewer on what is usually a heavily marginalized issue in contemporary culture. The main medium Aimee uses to utilise these ideas is a combination of melted wax and oil paints which is applied in specific layers to various forms created out of clay.

Fiona Finchett