The Netting Series are all hanging works. ‘On being purple’ and ‘Take Possession’ both use a single piece of washed up netting found on a deserted beach on the Dorset coast. Ghost nets, fishing nets that have been abandoned, lost or discarded at sea, beaches or in harbours are particularly concerning because of the devastation they cause to marine life. Using vintage silk textiles from South Asia is also a way of referencing the journeys of women across oceans from distant lands. ‘Behind the bonnet’ and ‘The orange element’ use similar materials. The latter also has its origins in the depths of lockdown. The broken pieces of debris are pieced together to create a single hair like mass, is a metaphor for trying to repair and rebuild what has been lost as a result of the pandemic.