Kate Moss is undoubtedly the most photographed woman in the world. Because of her classic, universal beauty the compositions that include her become increasingly covetable. The exact image of her exquisite beauty has previously only been shown in photography and film. For the past ten years I have been pushing to create sculptures using a photographic language therefore it made sense to me to use Kate as the subject of my first official foray into this discipline.
The classically elegant porcelain sculpture of her employs the very same approach and the same techniques that I use in photography but they are now presented in a three-dimensional arena in this ' photographic sculpture'. What I find exciting is that her delicate and refined features are now even more palpable in this transition from the photographic into the sculptural. Nick Knight