Control, 2018, brings together the practices of sculpture, endurance performance and text in an immersive installation. Featured is a hospital bedsheet embroidered with the thoughts regarding the loss of said control during an emergency hospital admission during my final term of university. The bedsheet is hung so both front and back are visible, representing the conscious and subconscious aspect of control. Positioned alongside, mountainous structures are formed from the weaving and knotting of embroidery thread around 586 nails, the process taking over two weeks. It is a metaphoric expression approaching the harsh reality of mental health in contemporary society compared to a persons idealistic sanctuary, in my case the serene mountains of the Lake District. Juxtapositioned together, they are a visual representative of control (or lack of it), something which can be seen as the root cause to many mental health cases.