Fraser uses a range of processes to create fragile and delicate ceramic sculptures. She uses her own body as a foundation, taking control over the literal objectification of her body. This allows her to experience her own material self not just in pieces, but separate from herself. She transforms the transient and malleable nature of flesh into something solid, fragile and lasting. Threads and strings feature in Fraser’s ceramic work, as does fabric. Fraser uses fabric and slip to produce unique textures and structures. The ghost of the fabric is intrinsic to the work, yet the fabric itself is destroyed in the creation process.