Juno and Apollo suspended from the trees at Lagganhill, Dumfries, 2001

My sculpture of Juno and Apollo is about the impossibility of not-loving. The figures are made from transparent resin and full of holes, like a shell or cask. They are imprints of bodies.The figures are represented as moving towards each other just before the moment of embracing, but the space between them is as whole and as holy as the figures. In the gallery they were lit so that the resin glowed. Outside, in the trees, you could see the branches and the hills through their limbs.

Apollo and Juno;resin; Collins Gallery University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 2001