For my graduate collection, I chose to look at the transient nature of time. The word ‘threshold’ implies this concept as it suggests something in a state of flux, constantly on the brink of change. With this idea as my starting point, I thought about dawn and dusk as naturally occurring thresholds. They represent the interim periods between day and night, which are visually beautiful points in the day where the sun rises and sets. I wanted to evoke the intangibility of something natural and beautiful and through my own photographic recordings aimed to capture this passage of time as part of the research.
Within my specialism, I have embraced working in a 3D way. I am drawn to intriguing, tactile, geometric forms that draw you in. Over the course, I have utilised the workshops and learnt plenty of new skills that prompt exciting ideas. For this final project, I wanted to use this knowledge to experiment with a variety of medium to create a collection of objects and materials that mimic the blur of colours and feathery textures that occur in the sky when this passage of time takes place. From rolls of sanded paper, to oxidised shards of metal, I aimed to create a display of ideas that reflect this theme of journey and constant change, where the processes seem endless.