Catalysts of Love is an installation piece inspired by Izzie Jarvis-Knight‘s own living room. It houses some of Izzie’s pieces from this year, surrounding the concept of place attachment, and is inspired by Sheffield, Manchester, Brighton and the Peak District. Izzie explores how other places where we don’t currently reside can be viewed as home, more so than our physical home. In this project, Izzie is also exploring how public space can be changed to display acts of love and love gestures between herself and her partner. This investigation was inspired by the famous graffiti on Sheffield’s Park Hill flats. Throughout this project Izzie has explored the mediums of painting, photography, ceramics, print, and installation.