House and Garden
In House and Garden Becky Gibson explores the way we curate our physical world. Building sites and gardens are loaded with intent but we take for granted how the choices made in creating these places signal class, identity and bigger narratives about how space is negotiated every day. The green layer of plant life that is domesticated and grafted into these sites draw attention to our sequacious behaviours when creating our own environments. The works themselves have been strained through various methods to reveal some of the literal process of creation in both building and painting.