The Valley of Wells is an interactive and performative installation, framed around the stories and mythology of the Valley of Wells. The Valley of Wells is the valley of the Fleet River (also known as the River of Wells) in London, which runs from Hampstead Heath down to Blackfriars, passing through Camden, Kings Cross and Farringdon. The installation includes
Mythically Imagining Kings Cross charts the changing relationship between human, more-than-human and environment in the area around Kings Cross through story and mythology. This ongoing project digs deep into local history, unearthing mysteries of sacred rivers and holy wells, of warrior women and witchcraft, of tricksters and shapeshifters, of gods, power and great battles, of the wonder of everyday folk,
Celtic Knots (2003), plaster, sand, paper, exhibited in London, 2003
Fabric Nest (2005) welded steel, ripped muslin, latex, cotton thread, exhibited in Nottingham in 2005 and 2006. Metal Nest (2005), welded steel, woven aluminium sheets, chicken wire, galvanised steel wire, canvas fabric, cotton thread, exhibited in Nottingham 2005.
Crysalids (2014) Mixed-Media: jesmonite and polyester resin, latex, acrylic, iron and copper fillers, mount board and expanding polyurethane, exhibtied at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Confusion of Tongues (2013), Mixed-Media: wood, chicken wire, papier-mâché, emulsion, wax, and wax crayons, exhibited Cascades exhibition in 2013
Crysalid Sculptures (2014), Mixed-Media: Jesmonite Resin, Aluminium Wire Mesh, Galvanised Steel Wire, Copper and Iron Fillers, Gold Dust and Linseed Oil, exhibtied at Canalology Festival 2014