Sandra Scott’s practice focuses on the exploration of issues relating to memory, forgetting and loss, through the forms of printmaking and embroidery. The translation of narrative by investigating the power of objects as symbols of memory provides an opportunity for connection with the work. The interrogation and fusion of printmaking and textiles allows the reconstruction of objects which can be translated into triggers of memory.
My favourite room within Kettle’s Yard is Helen’s bedroom. This space for me reflects absence, presence, and peaceful solitude. There is an intangible connection that this room shares with my present work.