Husk was exhibited as part of the group exhibition Destructive Mollusc curated by Haze projects:
“We have invited artists to investigate the idea of a skin or membrane as both protective and restrictive.
Poet and philosopher Paul Valery states in his book Sea Shells ‘a crystal, a flower or a shell stands out from the usual disorder that characterizes most perceptible things’ - he is taking solace in the geometrical structure in these natural forms as a secure point in nature to meditate on. This shell however, also has the ability to feel more like a pressure cooker than a refuge. Both acting as the intimate cocoon we try to maintain around our own personal chaos, as well as a protection from outside turmoil - the protective skin doesn’t necessarily get crushed, but the pressure it endures around it is palpable.”