Let It Come Down alludes to events outside of personal control that weigh on the artist’s everyday life and thought processes.The response is to resist, on a personal, physical and spiritual level.
Three crystalline hand-knitted textiles unfold onto the floor. Ceramic ‘resist shapes’, created through a process of forming clay over the top of a mould, punctuate the installation. Specifying colours for their allegorical properties, Tee is meticulous in the chemical processes involved in production – the dyes of the yarns, ceramic glazes and the drying conditions of the collaged petals. Visitors are invited to listen to readings in the gallery space amongst the works.
Generously supported by the Mondriaan Fund