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Sadie Clayton

Sadie Clayton’s architectural approach to avant-garde shaping draws on her own personal spirituality and references to the metaphysical properties. Her garments and sculptures combine voluminous shapes, twisted proportions and crystalline surface textures. Sadie uses copper to express her creativity, but also her working process is a moment to focus, internalize, a time of mindfulness and head space. Sadie has previously demonstrated her working process at the Tate Modern and Tate Britain.