Jacqueline Donachie’s work is rooted in an exploration of individual, family and collective identity and the structures, platforms and spaces (both actual and conceptual) through which it is constructed and supported. Her work encompasses sculpture, installations, photographs, films, drawings and performance and is research-based, collaborative and participatory. Drawing is key; she isolates and records familiar urban objects as a means to illustrate similarity and difference. Recently she has also been working in print, using both digital processes and etching. Her sculptures in metal or concrete inhabit space indoors and in public spaces, and are intended as sites of rest and activity. Linear works made from steel or aluminium pick out a route through architecture, drawing a colourful line through space.
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