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Monday, 31 March 2014

Lunar Ray - Tasmania

A sketch in collaboration with artist Lisa Lozano, who it was a joy to combine forces with, in Marion Bay, Tasmania. 

Here we have a 35' warp and a moon sewn in perspective, something I have always wanted to do and my god, it was a challenge, but worth it, to find our language and grace within our collaboration. I look forward to exploring how far we can take it!

Oh and with a little help from our friend Benjamin Heller, who let me boss about a bit, to get the circle in order when it was on the wonk and I suggested that he just hit me over the head with a rock.




Here is a little filmic diagram to get an idea of scale and placement.





Tuesday, 5 November 2013

My New Commission

A recently completed commission, 
thread on almost invisible white wedding tulle. 
This is it up backed with white linen.


Some details against other backgrounds. Since it is on invisible fabric, the framing possibilities are endless. This allows room for collaboration and personalisation in the process.







Sunday, 22 September 2013

So I talked about the tears. Here's the blood.



So these two have been on quite an epic journey so far, they were the charge in a magnet sculpture called 'Fusion', for New Orleans first biennial, Prospect 1. They were then arched over a rainbow in 'Light Perspective' for the show 'Beware of Embroidery' at the PM Gallery in London, which then became a 1 night installation for Flesh & Bone at Dalston Superstore and finally reinvented for Dalston Superstore show 'Breathe In. Breathe Out.' as the 'Epigenetics'. Entertaining the idea that we have the power to change our own genetics by the way we live.

It really makes me think about the power of having children later and being able to have the chance to iron out some crap, having a greater chance to make some fixes, I wonder what the effects of epigenetics will have on those born to older couples, will they be better off?
hmmm,
just something I have been pondering, as well as thoughts like, what would the Earl of Sandwich think if he saw how popular his invention was and other stuff, I won't bore you with
...yet...



Well they are for sale, these two lovelies, they are £800 each and in the spirit of keeping them together £1400 for the pair. I will remention that I am happy to work out a financial arrangement, where you may pay 30% up front and then 10% each month for 7 months. It makes it a little easier and I want you to be able to have a chance of owning them if you haven't got a big wedge stashed.

Here are some pictures from their previous incarnations...