Penelope Clayden

Redacted Revealed 2020:2

164 × 71 cm

linen, silk, cotton, raffia


The human spine is a reocurring motif in Penelope Clayden’s linen pieces, which she translates into various forms using techniques of stitching and superimposing fabrics and materials. Her delicate works speak of our mortal condition as human beings and often refer to her own visceral and neuropathic pain.