Chloe’s practice is influenced heavily by the built environment and architecture that surrounds her. Developing a practice which is heavily research based, she has found herself focusing on the housing system and development in the North East from the 1960s until the present day. More recently this has branched out into ideas around mini living and homelessness solutions, with an over arching theme of utopian living. She uses readily available materials to produce simplistic, geometric form. Ideas around multiples have been a constant within her work, producing collections of forms and shapes.
More recently Chloe has been exploring the use of marquette’s as a stepping stone into bringing ideas to life; creating multiple geometric forms, which are part of a large-scale sculpture, ultimately responding to the space and each other. She is also concerned with the relationship between the wall and the floor and how this can affect the work.