Cindy Sherman
Cindy Sherman

I went to see new works of Cindy Sherman at Spruth Maegers Gallery in London. A classmate and I decided to look at her work and compare/contrast it with ours. I feel a relation with Serman’s work to my own. The main theme in her work is identity and I invariably refer to identity in the majority of my work.

Also, I see Sherman as an Aunt. A cool Aunt, that you don’t see very often but admire and say ‘I want to be like that when I grow up’. However, ‘that’ has so many versions.

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© Kyla Harris 2017.

Kyla Harris’s recent body of work stems from numerous NHS appointments and her experience of restricted mobility. Her installations and sculptures are of surrealistic domestic objects made from primarily used or expired medical supplies. Notions of dis/comfort, sustainability and the home are left as remnants of subverted interiors for the viewer to experience. Because of Harris's disability, much of her sculpture is collaborative. She has carers or personal assistants that construct and assist in the making of her work.

The artworks and journal of Kyla Harris