Date: December 2019Size: NAMaterial: Bamboo, electrical tape, twine Two bamboo sticks create disparity in the straightness of edges, combining themselves with cloaked tape and wrapped twine. Curving around a doorway, creating tension and balance, caressing contrasting bulbous forms.
Date: November 2019Size: VaryingMaterial: Jesmonite Harder than plaster with added texture forms and colour to create what is not really there. Producing a state that lies somewhere between fluidity and stasis.
Date: November 2019Material: Photographs digitally drawn over Scale and perspectives determined to work with other materials, adding in gravity and tension. Natural building materials wanted in an unnatural environment. Incorporating the space in design and composition,
Date: November 2019Size: VaryingMaterial: Plaster Removing characterisation using balloons in the creation process of casting every-day elements of the environment. Simplicity and balance entrances attention.
Date: November 2019Size: 2.5m x 2.5m x 2.2mMaterial: Bamboo Bamboo versus matchsticks. Unanticipated flexibility and movement with simple elements of nature and self building items.
Date: October 2019Size: 1 x 0.6 x 0.6 mMaterial: Plaster, metal step Hidden in plain sight, leaving little interaction and conversation. Taking the elements of building-like materials and the architecture of the institution and placing them back in their environment.
Date: October 2019Length: 11:38 minutes A conversation between the small, the dense, and the environment. Intentional collaboration with other works and the architecture to create conversations between the two without tension.
Date: October 2019Size: VaryingMaterial: Plaster Everyday lost details and elements taken for granted, cast in between the lines of beauty and dys/function. Continually invisible in plaster. Increased character of material, detracting meaning and adding crevices.
Date: October 2019Size: 3 x 3 cm cubesMaterial: Natural wood matchsticks, super glue, poster paint Natural wood bares its elements and imperfections. It could be disturbed by a simple layer of paint, giving a sense of individuality. Colour confronts the spectator into conversation.
Date: October 2019Size: VaryingMaterial: Natural wood matchsticks, super glue The act of balancing simple shapes – the sense that nothing is holding them up except for themselves. Using gravity, tension, and structure of architecture, balancing cubes on their corners or using the tension to hold them at angles. Repetition, multiplication and relationship.