These ideas are further reflected in the arrangement of the canvases; each canvas flows seamlessly into the next as colours from one work leak into another, immersing the viewer in a richly interconnected environment.
Ferré’s visual language takes shape from her intimate relationship to her medium. She keeps physically close to her artworks by involving her whole body in her process.
Ferré does not stand in front of her canvases while working. Instead, she opts to lay her artworks on the floor, crouching over each one.
Ferré savours the sensuousness of the oil medium, using her fingers to blend the creamy viscous material onto each canvas. The strong scent of natural beeswax and linseed oil that emanates from the oil sticks introduces a multi-sensory aspect to Morphogenesis, which is enhanced by the use of sound throughout.