A new series of sculptures and images have emerged from Tricia Hall’s auto ethnographic response to the impact of diagnosis, treatment and recovery from serious illness. Consistent with the pared down aesthetic of her previous work, uncompromising yet ambiguous forms are screen printed or constructed using wood, Jesmonite and concrete.

Returning to work and a daily commute along Norfolk’s impossibly direct Acle Straight, she has begun to re-acquaint herself with the objects that manifest as infrequent events in a sparse landscape. It is how these familiar events seem to correspond to parts of her own body and road to recovery that informs her response to the entirely unfamiliar experiences of her recent past.