No longer objects on the kitchen table, rather plans for future spatial environments.
Susan Watson Knight invites us into a domestic setting with her collection of everyday, household objects. As with previous works, Susan is interested in the personal connections objects around us become imbued with over time. Suspended within a grid, these familiar items begin to fall from view as one looks closer and realises Susan is tuning us into the spaces between. Rendered through a cyanotype process, material and form, the objects once embodied start to be read as a series of blueprints. Suddenly, spaces between a string of beads undergo a scale shift and their relationship becomes a composition of positive and negative space. No longer objects on the kitchen table, rather plans for future spatial environments.