'An Architecture of Joy', solo exhibition, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, July-August 2016. Exhibition responding to 18 month research and development project investigating 1930s seaside moderne architecture in North West England and Scotland, as well as corresponding research at the V&A, Whitworth and RIBA archives. Each artwork responds to a particular example of modernist seafront architecture.
"This work was made in response to visits to the interior of the Blackpool Opera House, guided by local historian Ted Lightbown. The piece draws from decorative architecture features such as light fittings, air vents and flooring, which often go missed during the hustle and bustle of a show." Digitally printed on cotton by Lacuna Press.