I do not want to be a fool - Isabella Loudon
Isabella Loudon’s hand-formed concrete and fabric sculptures perceive vulnerability at the edge of collapse. I do not want to be a fool humours the risks the artist takes to push the material to its limits. Referencing her own body through scale and mark making, she exposes herself to the constant possibility of failure. An accompanying series of video works dislodge the sculptures and add a layer of uncertainty.