A n g e l a   W i l l e t t s
Guiding my work is a curiosity about what happens when materials meet. These materials may be my own skin and a lump of dough, or water and ink on plastic, or paper and powdered graphite, or latex and hair...

The simplest meetings of matter reveal to me meaning and encourage connection. Often, I am surprised by what unfolds as I observe and respond, finding myself in unfamiliar dialogue with familiar materials. This method of working developed out of a desire to relocate my making practice within my body and move away from habitual ways of “thinking through” an idea.