Sian Dixon


I am interested in people, their journeys through life and how experiences and thought processes can affect their mood and perception of self. This work represents a metamorphosis, a transformation from one state to another. They are intentionally disquieting, their form and material qualities manifest an inner turmoil but at the same time a certain resilience. In remaining generic in nature the narrative behind the figures remains open, allowing of interpretation rather than dictating specific identity. They reference myth and psychology but this is my catalyst, for your interpretation you must bring to them your own understanding of sensorial and emotive states.


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