I don't know how to love a place...
Following the summer shows and residencies I faciltated, a show for the CWND Artist Residency in October 2018 at
no format Gallery, Deptford SE8 5JB
We were also invited by Canary Wharf Arts & Events to show work in their
Community Gallery Window, Jubilee walk, Canada Place, Canary Wharf
Then in November we were also invited to relocate the show to:
Streets of Growth, 30 Marsh Wall, London
This was a charity niminated by Canary Wharf that we supported and raised over £1000 through a donation bar and an Art Fundraiser.
“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
From May 2018 I began working at Koppel Project Hive, Holborn Viaduct and have been running a three week residency at Canary Wharf:
Then participated in a week long residency at Sidney Nolan Trust, Rodd Farm followed by two weeks in Koppel Project Hive Gallery.
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.
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.
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