Alexine McLeod’s practice operates in and between painting, sculpture, collage, assemblage and installation. Her interest in formal material relationships has lead her to produce wall-mounted, abstract compositions by combining materials such as plastic, fabric, and found objects. How can juxtapositions and tensions between unexpected materials create open-ended interpretations? The flexible nature of the materials allows the work to be influenced by gravity and light, with fluctuating borders that are informed by their context. In her recent projection works, she explores light as a material by selectively projecting a colour-shifting light form onto objects to create shadow and emphasize material depth while pointing towards the subjectivity of perception.