There is humour and energy in the chunky assemblages that Katy makes, using mainly timber offcuts, scrap and found material. The pieces are often out-of-scale, domestic objects, organised in random, chaotic forms within tightly defined perimeters. The familiar presented in an unfamiliar guise.
The work explores materials at hand in a somewhat primitive and playful manner, stumbling across new ideas, repeating multiple units and shifting direction as new forms emerge.
Katy Hallett works from her studio near Bristol.
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