striated space [redundancy], 2022.
striated space [redundancy], 2022.

tile spacers (arranged & unfixed in-situ). [Alt: Six images showing different arrangements of white plastic tile spacers on a grey concrete floor. The initial image shows the tiles spacers in an amorphous, gridded pattern. This shape is gradually swept away until all that remains is a smaller square formation.]

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up lift down [packed in], 2022.
up lift down [packed in], 2022.

deconstructed desk chair. 53 x 75 x 71 cm. [Alt: Silver metal poles, a bent piece of pale wood, grey/mottled foam and tan leather are folded & piled up in the centre of the image. To the right of this is a smaller pile of black plastic wheels, screws, staples and a silver ring. The floor is smooth grey concrete and the wall in the background is off-white.]

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’thingness of things’, 2022.
’thingness of things’, 2022.

disused drying rack & electrical tape. 89 x 62 x 81 cm. [Alt: To the left-hand side of the image, a white, rusted & chipped metal drying rack has been bent into a circular form. Two thin metal poles run parallel, with nine poles perpendicular between them. Blue tape holds the metal in place. A small pile of chipped white plastic, dust and small pieces of blue rubber sits to the right. The floor beneath the rack and pile is a smooth grey concrete and the wall in the background is off-white.]

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striated space [redundancy], 2022.
striated space [redundancy], 2022.

tile spacers (arranged & unfixed in-situ). [Alt: Six images showing different arrangements of white plastic tile spacers on a grey concrete floor. The initial image shows the tiles spacers in an amorphous, gridded pattern. This shape is gradually swept away until all that remains is a smaller square formation.]

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Poppy Jones-Little

she/her

Since 2016 my work has been concerned with ‘lumps’ & their ‘lumphood’, examining why something [or, rather, a non-thing] is considered to be a ‘lump’.

Currently I am questioning on how ‘lumps’ are brought into existence [or, more so, acknowledged as existing]. Honing in on this in-between space they occupy, and considering who/what produces that space. Examining the rigid armatures, containers, conditions which carve out & hold ‘lump’ in this ‘in-between’:                      [ l [um] p ]

Are the structures themselves formed from lumps? And, over time, will they return to lumphood?

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