Home. Sculpture and works on paper by ingrid k brooker.
As her childhood home faces imminent demolition, the artist explores themes of memory, place and identity. Memories, especially from childhood, are embedded in the places we lived – the hallway you walked a thousand times, the fancy front room full of treasures, the growth chart scribbled on a doorframe.
These works reference the physical structures of ‘home’ and how we retain memories when the places are gone.