I also enjoyed the room with glass cases filled with little wooden boxes each holding what seems like odd objects (they ranged from Northern Irish soil to orange glowing crucifixes) I liked this display as I myself have a habit of collecting random objects "just because they're cute" and have a slight obsession with pretty boxes.
The work I related to the most were the first pieces in the exhibition, The Work In Progress. The pieces were made from old work that was completely deconstructed then reinvented. The work is completely her own, her own work reworked. Nobody but her truely understands the time and patience put into it, to the outside world it looks like some string and canvas placed together. This is also the work I feel relates to my final major project, knitting using usual methods - I now realise I can use old materials, however I'll have to try and not make it look like a crappy recycling project.
A few words from one of the installations just for a bit of inspiration:
|STRIVE TO BE YOUR OWN HERO|