Specialising in Multi-Media Textiles, Ursula's practice is grounded in an exploration of textiles skills, exploring techniques used within the discipline and the possibilities to move away from traditions upon cloth into three-dimensional forms within space.
She explores sensory stimulation; investigating tactile material manipulation, changing light and surface qualities, and through movement, the introduction of sound. Considering these sensory qualities during the making process results in the creation of interactive sculptural forms.
Ursula makes works to impact upon space and the people within them; creating experiential and seemingly imaginative environments.
Passionate about the benefits of collective making and the experience of creative activity, Ursula explores this through community arts workshops and has begun to explore the involvement of the public in the creation of her works.