Fiver, Christie Whisman’s new work addressed sheds as gendered spaces from her own experiences as a queer woman:
"My experience of a garden shed is as a place to hold manly toys, impressive yard equipment and other status related items. However, it can also often be a place for solitude and self-exploration. By placing objects that reference sexual toys, often linked to queer sexuality, I am taking a playful approach to connect these two disparate, gendered modes of use.”
In Fiver, sex toys acted as automated, mark-making tools, generating drawings throughout the exhibition.