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In this group of work, two kinds of relationship are foregrounded. One, an investigation into heterosexual relationships between a man and a woman and two, relationships between the woman artist and their audience, with works requiring participation from the audience in the making of the work. In the first notion, ideas of autonomy and inter-dependence are explored. The second notion of relationship does not conform to ideas of "relational aesthetics"; the contribution of the audience forms part of the work itself and their contribution exists as part of the work, after they leave.