Maria Marshall’s sculptures are self-referential. Her curly red hair is a large part of her physical appearance. Born out of the mind referencing thought. The isolated sculptures relate to bodies of work, including film photography and painting. ‘Silencing thought’, a 3d print, sits with a photograph and a film on the subject of erasing thought. Marshall has created a body of work from a residency in a Berlin hairdresser, referencing Meret Oppenheim with the use of hair in the Second World War.