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Barker’s work, influenced by literature, poetry and language reimagines landscape painting as sculpture. Her work explores the territory between, including  the methods and materials associated with both mediums. Working with a combination of steel, aluminium, brass, glass and automotive paint to create both wall and floor-based artworks, the structural nature of her sculpture is combined and contrasted with the painted image and the freedom of gesture and mark-making. The notion of threshold long present in Barker’s work places the viewer between interior and exterior, between experience and memory, between what we see, or have seen, and what we feel.

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