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The experimental practice of the artist and photographer Sue Barnes encompassed drawing, photography, graphic design, printmaking and typography. Barnes studied at the Royal College of Arts in the late 1970s, and her early works explored feminist themes about self-identity, family, and ‘the home’. Barnes’ domestic environment and her own ‘self’ were major concerns and themes in her practice at that period. She worked in photographic series and documented the private performances she made in her South London flat. In the 1970s and 1980s, she made numerous photographic ‘home’ self-portraits, together with a series of images that incorporated photo-montaged objects from her home environment, including washing machines, irons, and refrigerators.