Erica Eyres lives and works in Glasgow, UK. Eyres’ work uses found images and objects to explore the unreliability of autobiography and the artist’s subjective truth. Eyres’ ceramic sculptures are based on such mundane objects as books, inflatable toys, cigarettes, and food, that appear used and cast aside. These clay versions are suggestive of figurative sculpture yet deflated and absent of human form. Using the original objects as life models, Eyres realistically renders her sculptures by hand, so they bare an uncanny resemblance. The objects are often chosen based on their personal significance to the artist, drawn from various points in her life. However, their uncanny presence invites the viewer to project their own experiences and associations, imbuing the objects with multiple narratives.