• My work considers reproductive rights, body autonomy and gender-based aggression and violence – exploring environmental issues, public health, women’s rights, and the intersections between. My practice investigates interiority, both bodily and spatial.

     

    sapped (2021) consists of a continuously wet and malleable flow from one spill to the next. Gravity is felt by this spill. The palette is based on natural and bodily fluids. Color and matter evoke taste to activate the viewer’s sensory glands. The sickening sweetness one expects. sap cavity (2021) is a skin, shell, armour, skeleton, stalactite, body, tent, and shelter. Skin having a “two-ness” function — opening and closing, releasing and containing, protecting and wounding. The wallpaper the pills (2021)depicts birth control, taken from the privacy of medicine cabinets, bathrooms or bedside tables, and made visible to highlight the fraught relationship between those feminized and estrogen-related pills.

  • Breslin Bell
    sap, 2020
    Epoxy resin and liquid latex
    121.92 x 91.44 x 5.08cm | 48 x 36 x 2 in.
    GBP 2,900 plus applicable taxes
  • Breslin Bell
    sapped, 2021
    Epoxy resin, liquid latex, wax, glue, natural pigment, madder and wine
    121.92 x 152.4 x 5.08 cm | 48 x 60 x 2 in,
    GBP 4,000 plus applicable taxes
  • Breslin Bell
    the pills, 2021
    Letterpress and wheat paste
    335.28 x 396.24 cm | 132 x 156 in.
    GBP 60 per sheet, plus applicable taxes
  • Breslin Bell
    sap cavity , 2021
    Video
    1 minute 22 seconds
    Not for sale
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