Kathryn Wightman's work evidences a fascination of process and materiality explored through the exploitation of illusory imagery. She utilizes glass to mimic textile surfaces, which aim to challenge the viewer's sense of reality. Hybrid decorative patterns are deconstructed to create multiple layered compositions. Each layer is stacked to add depth, allowing the patterned forms to grow from the surface of the glass.
Sifted and sintered glass powder on sheet base
W: 3m x H: 1m x D: 20cm