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During Lockdown, stories of nature taking back control made a big impression on me. In parks, people felt threatened by flocks of birds resembling large dark clouds. These are a metaphor in my work, drawing upon myth, biography and narrative to examine the strengths and frailties of the human condition. During Lockdown my practice moved from my studio and onto my kitchen table, to be cleared away when the table was needed. The works on paper I made reflect the experience of isolation and confinement and carry references to Michelangelo and Max Beckmann.