Today I Feel No Kinship to the Human Race,
Magdalen Road Studios, Oxford.
The installation is a collaboration with Nigerian poet and writer Chuma Nwokolo and the title 'Today I feel no kinship with the human race' is taken from his poem, which is heard as part of the installation.
The work is inspired by the stark statistic that 30,000 children die daily from preventable diseases [source: Oxfam publication]. The image provoked is of the 'disposable' children.
There are 30,000 in the installation cut out of newspaper over a period of three months. The newspaper emphasises the statistic as just a piece of news recorded daily, while at the same time the paper children pile up just like recycling rubbish.