Canberra, Australia based artist Jacqueline Bradley creates artwork that is perhaps best described as dreamy – sleepily strange. Her sculptural work is squarely based on familiar objects that recall a house and the home life inside. Yarn, glasses, dinnerware all seem to diverge subtly but perceptibly from normal use. In this way the sculptures seem more like playful memories of objects than the actual objects themselves. Bradley’s work explores the home as a place and the way people engage with it.