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Pippa's Cupboard, an installation with audio that takes you into the cupboards contents. The position of the audio is important as I speak in the first person and so the account is personal and the viewer has the sense that they are being invited into the artwork . The chair is present as a blank canvas for the audience to project their own stories and pictures and holds the space as a human presence and is the invitation to enter the space.

The audio was recorded at home in real time.

The cupboard at home 

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