Kathryn Cameron

Whatever exists at any point in time is inevitably subject to temporal change. Through a journey in the ephemeral nature of all things, I explore the subtle manipulation of the materials. In this process all the secrets that lie within the structures reveal fascination and surprise. The rich textures of our earth’s surface are translated by natural elements of sand, paper, wood and metal.

A sense of beauty emerges through alteration and temporality, and the interaction between the materials facilitates a deep connection with our environment, indicating a small path in order to try to understand ourselves.

My work relies on the paradox of revealing and concealing, hiding and uncovering, and in the dichotomy of awareness and uncertainty I can manipulate and expose.

Stolen Moments, 2016
Abaca, rust, steel wire, thread, Dimensions variable

Kathy Cameron