ART EDIT: How have the events of the past months impacted your practice?
LEX: During the period of isolation I was fortunate enough to have studio space at Sawtooth Gallery in my hometown of Launceston.
The space afforded me freedom to play with scale which was a wonderful experience that I’d not had before in my arts practice. Working sculpturally with my favourite materials of steel and paper, I was able to translate some of my printed imagery into structural/sculptural forms.
While periods of the isolation had very tricky moments juggling motherhood/working from home/pursing my arts practice, ultimately, I’ve been very lucky to live where I live and have the opportunities I’ve had throughout social isolation and distancing.