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”Mel Woo’s fibrous sculptures were also created from a time-consuming and labour-intensive process – they hung defiantly near the back of the market, but were no less enticing in their quiet presence. Being very passionate about sustainability and repurposing materials, Mel pointed to a piece that had many audio wires stitched through; they are mementos left by a friend’s husband who unfortunately passed away from cancer. These memories of him have now been beautifully stitched together with these organic forms, leaving a lasting ode to his life and memory. Another two of the hanging sculptures displayed here were at the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden and became weathered over time, becoming one with the trees. Mel is very aware that these sculptures will inevitably take up space, and makes sure that the space is always taken up ethically, with materials that are either renewed, reused, repurposed, or biodegradable.” Yulin Huang (MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins)

Validation and justification of creativity;