The grand unveiling of Hecate happened quite appropriately tonight, Halloween, on the 4th floor at Banks Mill Studios. I planned an installation art piece to summon up the general feel of the artwork and was kindly offered usage of the studio next to mine to display it in. The image was displayed in its entirety on a long voile panel with colour changing LED lights, and the sacred objects underneath completed the shrine. I used an audio track from the singer/songwriter Natasha Khan (Bat for Lashes) whose poem, 'The Widow's Peak', provided the finishing touch to the installation.
I transformed the communal area on the top floor into my very own exhibition giving members of the public the opportunity to see the original drawings that made up the piece and giving me a chance to explain the symbolism behind it too.
It was a fantastic night. We all got to wear gothic tiara's too!