World Beneath our Feet:

I created this series of artwork to explore my fascination with the Wood Wide Web, and to emphasise the importance of soil and how we treat it. Using repetitive mark-making techniques, I aimed to depict the movement and life-giving energy flowing through the network hidden beneath the land. I also wanted to showcase the damaging effects of agricultural techniques like the use of chemical fertilisers and monocultures, while highlighting solutions like regenerative farming and rewilding.
To make the prints, I mixed indigo vegetable dye and Arabic gum, which acted as a natural binder. This combination resulted in a deep, crystallised indigo color that shimmers in the right light. This natural mix also serves as a physical metaphor within the series, representing organic matter. 

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Indigo vegetable dye mixed with Arabic gum on Woodstock Betulla. 

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