A once derelict inner city site, in the newly pedestrianized Thomas Street. This was the perfect location to initiate an Urban Art project of this scale. It became a landmark for all further work and set a standard of not only the work but the calibre of artists willing to support the arts in the city.
‘Love me so. This double walled piece showing a woman looking at herself when she was a child. 'Love me so' talks about how we as adults are shaped and moulded by the relationships with family as children. The way we are loved his early stage of development can have so much impact on future relationships. Its about unconditional love, conditional love, hurt, history, exposure and how that makes us who we are.’