Juliet Lea has been making art for more than 35 years, here and other places.
She has a preference for large scale installation where many ideas can be investigated. Many of her works explore ideology as pathology – the narratives that emerge, and the relation between pathology and empire.
She likes to use eggshells, light globes, books, food, and all sorts of found objects, especially organic materials that change and decay and resist. She likes to play with the contradictions, connections and poetry that reside within things.
Objects are her alphabet.