A big part of Holly's practices is the sharing of knowledge, skills, craft and expertise. This inclusive process has led her to work alongside scientists, experts, students, school kids, community groups and other artists. It has enabled her work to explore themes, processes and opinions on a much deeper level and has, she hopes, inspired others to challenge their own creativity and lifestyle.
"What makes the Centre for Alternative Technology special or important to you?" Collecting personal stories from staff, students and visitors at the Centre for Alternative Technology, Wales.
Cob and rammed earth building with Plymouth University's Architechs and local school kids. Plymouth, Devon
Switching Heads-sound mapping the Arctic in collaboration with artist Kristina Pulejkova and local people. Tromsø, Norway.
Knit in for climate change with Manor House Knit and Natter group and passers-by. Central St Martins, Granary Square, London
Knitting with the Manor House Knit and Natter group. Manor House, London
Learning to hedge lay with the National Hedge laying Society. Gloucestershire.
Assisting Plymouth University's conservation biology student with her field work. Field sites in Devon and Cornwall.