A surreal exploration into the transforming processes of recurring blushing through a narrated depiction of the internal and external turmoil of the event.
Claire completed her BA (Hons) Intermedia Art at Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. Upon graduating Claire co-founded Rhubaba, an artist-run studio and gallery space in Edinburgh. Now living in Nottingham, Claire is a Multi-Media Technician at Nottingham Trent University.
look out right you’re coming she’s
coming so gone she’s gone quite read you
look a bit red her skin is Jo Jane gets
a creditor how are you going Spencer are
you blushing so much it’s okay do you
think she’s okay
you look a bit red
how I get here is always a bit of a
the space it doesn’t even exist it’s all
it just feels this way
he just surrounds me somehow right
comforting I think it’s the
linearity and knowing what’s going to
happen and how is going to shape me I
also fear becoming life it’s going to
destroy me and I have this sense of
trying to resist act at the same time
and then it becomes like a controlled
observation of myself I can see it
changing and dissolving everything
around me as everything merges together
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