For the past few years Willcox’s work has been heavily oriented towards ceramics, a medium that has facilitated her exploration of the possibilities of transposing ideas from linguistic theory onto a study of materiality, and the use of material to explore language. This exploration of language extends to considerations of the deep historical past involving the advent of writing systems, cultural use of language, and how we, as humans, communicate with the non-human world. A recent residency on the Mornington Peninsula has sparked the addition of a new medium to Willcox’s repertoire – sand – through which to explore modes of communication between the body and the landscape.
Upcoming Exhibitions:The wave says you're as soft as a rock, Brunswick Temporary, Melbourne - 2023
Studio Tenant 2023 - Present