Camilla Taylor’s monochromatic sculptures often cite figurative and architectural forms through references of the human body and home. Her work features a subtle and limited palette of blacks, greys, and graphite. For Taylor, certain colors feel too “loud,” opting for a color palette that feels more intimate and introspective.
Through darkness, Taylor builds imaginative worlds, beings, works on paper, and sculpture that visually pull from human emotions like isolation, loss, and fragility. Taylor’s work often shares a consistent thread focusing on the interior experience of the individual. Her haunting creations play between the space of the perceived self and the physical body calling into the question the idea of identity.