Meticulously and painstakingly created over months, it is still the flaws and imperfections in her work that intrigue the artist Jessica Harrison. Her work, rooted in the performance of making and viewing the sculpture, addresses the incorporation of the viewer’s body into the process of making.
It is the fallibility of the artist’s hand that manipulates these mass-produced idealised representations and defines them as unique.
As a result of this process, each piece becomes a performative object.
We take a look around Jessica’s studio where her work comes to life…
Images courtesy of the artist.