“I see life as a passageway, with no fixed beginning or destination.
We tend to focus on the destination all the time and forget about the in-between spaces.” – Do Ho Suh
This is work produced in the lead up to and including MFA Degree Show 2017. The work references construction site using the material rebar (reinforcement bar) as a metaphor for the strength and support for the environment. In construction the rebar behaves like a human skeleton.
Details of Work
A series of works exploring themes of displacement, psychogeography, non place and interstice. Some paintings have been reworked.
The fluorescent orange line alludes to connections and disconnections. Using hi vis also refers to the idea that wearing clothing of this nature is the best way to disappear in a crowd.
Work leading up and beyond including site specific installation for Show at Crypt Gallery, St Pancras 2016 -2017
Work starting to explore psychogeography, interstice, non place - very experimental
Work exploring my relationship with transitional moments, edges of portraiture - very experimental
Work exploring my relationship with transitional moments, edges of portraiture - very experimental, demonstrating how repetition is starting to manifest through the use of different mediums.
Work exploring my family history.