Drawing Limb, Still Life, (2020), was a four hour performance, which involved making and wearing a drawing limb; an eccentric prosthetic made from plaster and bamboo cane, modelled after the drawing sticks used by Matisse.

This limb was used to draw charcoal still lives of the running prosthesis worn by Jonnie Peacock while winning gold at the 2012 Olympic games.

Thank you to Jennie Temple and Susan Gladwin for assistance during the work, and to Naomi Garriock for the use of Basic Mountain, Edinburgh.

Thank you to Ă–ssur UK and Jonnie Peacock for lending me the prothesis

Thank you to Chris Scott for photography.