Erin Murdock
BFA, Craft & Material Studies , 2016

Glass is in constant flux. It is fluid when hot and rigid when cold. This change in state from liquid to solid allows the material to capture a moment in time, like a three-dimensional still image. Memory strongly influences the creation of my work. I combine photography, video, and glass in a practice that engages my curiosity through experimentation and traditional techniques. I use mirror to reflect and displace the natural world and flame-worked glass to create structure that mimics the built environment.

Materials: Blown Glass, Wax, Dried Baby’s Breath
Dimensions: Film, 4:15 Min
Year Completed: 2015