Bin Dixon-Ward’s practice is deeply embedded in the shapes and structures of the city. She combines elemental building blocks of international cities with the human experiences of these landscapes.
In this series attention is paid specifically to the way on which these shapes and human occupation come together – or connect
. This has produced works that at times reflect the dense matrices of the crowded city scape and street and at other times resembles the metaphorical grid of the digital city.
Whereas cities can be understood as alienated and alienating places, Dixon-Ward’s work highlights the connections that exist between city users, city structures and city grids.