Her interest in artistic collaboration – ever present in the studio’s practice – underpinned the bespoke pieces she designed in collaboration with local craftspeople including an aluminium cabinet hand-made by Daniel Barbera (a functional meditation on consumption given its single drawer and compact maple rail crafted by Ross Thompson). While aluminium is usually known for its slick machined veneer, here it adopted a matte surface combined with Frank Stella-like chalk outlines for a hand-finished sensibility. She also co-designed a crumpled illuminated balloon of hand-sewn silk stiffened by acrylic paint in collaboration with archival seamstress, Catherine Shannon. Tethered to both ceiling and floor, it was neither a lamp or pendant light. Its sheer lunar force probed the precious and vernacular nature of materiality. The exhibition also included a curation of works by artists Rebecca Agnew and Jacopo Moschin who explored photographic and digital mediums.