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Sallyanne Morgan uses the human figure to explore emotional landscapes and animate ideas around transformation and change. To explore how emotional experience can alter the physical body. She describes her practice as - working from the inside out, matching internal narratives with outward posture and gesture, or from the outside in - observing people and reflecting stories back, altering body parts, thus enabling the figures to appear both realistic and surreal. Morgan works with ferrous cement, a blend of white Portland cement, marble dust, sand, pigment and other fibers, this mix is then applied directly to metal armature or cast from clay models. The texture and colour of the work is also a key aesthetic, sometimes using a rough finish to contrast with its thematic content, that of strength and fragility.

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