Although Halperin’s work spreads far across the globe in place and time, her practice has a steady home in the form of her studio at the bottom of her garden.
Halperin makes artwork in her studio through the process of memory and physicality; retracing the experiences that she has had on her travels and capturing fading memories that reflect her exploration into ecological and human time.
Above are interior shots of her studio from a session looking at new geologically occurring sculptures, alongside a lava bomb and agates from the Eldfell eruption of 1973.
And below, a studio away from home in Japan. Halperin is pictured with a colleague working to form new sculptures over the course of a year in a geothermal city. These works will be on exhibition at Peacock Visual Arts in Aberdeen from 31st March to 29th April 2017.
Images courtesy of the artist.