Site 1 of my work Woven Architecture at the State Silk Museum in Tbilisi Georgia.

The work traces the marks on a bedside medical monitor showing the changes in the heartbeat, oxygenation and blood pressure of a patient whose abdominal aortic aneurysm has ruptured. Fiona Davies, Woven Architecture - Site 1, 2019, Ribbon,thread and tape. Dimensions variable. As installed in The State Silk Museum, Tbilisi Georgia Photo credit Alex Gooding

10 images of Blood on Silk: Bleeding Out finally all up online.

Click on the link below or otherwise look up Fiona Davies then Selected work then Blood on Silk Bleeding Out.   The first two images show you what the work looks like in full light without the projection. I've done this to give you an idea of how it works physically in space. Then the overhead [...]

New Work – Bleeding out (internally) the book

This book, Bleeding Out (Internally) consists of two parts, A and B. The sizes of the two parts are slightly different so it is not obvious that they belong together.  Part A is a picture book intended to be touched, pages turned and held close by the reader. The images are representations of the sublime [...]

Biomedical Modelling Inc of Boston

One of the amazing 3D printed models made at Biomedical Modelling Inc of Boston. Click the image above to see more examples in their gallery of works. I connected with this company and the intensely knowledgeable people who work there at the 2016 Transcultural Exchange conference.  I'm starting  to think about ways to draw  these processes and [...]