Rosanna England creates work inspired by recycled objects or possessions, which she believes have potential to be something other than their original form. Presently, the practice of utilising the abundance of redundant technology and transforming it into abstract art is the main focus of her work. England produces haptic visual sculpture to be engaged with in a way which subverts its primary function, via the use of materials such as ceramic, metal and plaster. The aim of this artist’s practice is to provoke tactile sensory values in pieces inspired by purely operational technology. With an awareness of sustainability of the methods and resources she uses, recycled materials are recurrent throughout her work, symbolic of the lifecycle of ongoing technology.