‘Flow’ is set to ride again. It has been requested by Claire and Sean for their wedding; hopefully it will look suitably gorgeous next to their geodesic dome (which I cannot wait to see).
So far its done:
- a sculpture trail
- a wedding
- a naming day (like a Christening but better)
…all I need now is a Bah mitzvah and I’ll have a full score card.
Strange attractor has evolved – thanks to Karl for your thoughts in London recently.
Have started writing proposals for new exhibitions again. Its time to dig out the words and try talk about the stuff that I do – the things that I make.
How many times have I written this stuff now, I truly have no idea.
My work is spread accross a range of mediums from internet based work to print making but focused around a core grounded in sculpture / instalation. As a sculptor I am interested in exploring two main things – the relationships created between objects in space, and what exactly it is that makes it possible for an artwork to trancend itself. I am particularly interested the notion that as an artist you can take an everyday object or idea and through a series of discrete and logical steps arrive at something that whilst absurd in terms of day to day reality maintains its own internal consistency and integrity – how do you create an object that says ‘this is what I am, how could I possibly be any other way?’.