Recycled materials, fishing line.
My current installation work was inspired by the fact that not all the world has enough to eat. The subject of Infant mortality in the Third World is not an easy one to embrace but I trust the installation will be appealing as well as thought provoking, delivering a strong message. The babies are plump and sweet but also chilling as they are just mannequins with no features. Their anonymity demonstrates the universality of parenthood. A baby’s life is precious regardless of nationality or religion. These babies who succumb to a premature death are not just ‘anybody’s’ baby, but, ‘somebody’s’ baby’. There is enough food to feed the whole world and we must find ways to ensure young lives receive enough sustenance to survive despite disease, war, famine and ignorance.