Components 1 Dust pan 1 Wrecking bar 2 Bin Lids 2 Golf Clubs (1 fractured) 2 Sheets of opalescent fabric 2 Stick on Velcro spots 1 Mobile Phone (preload and loop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSUDEQeHCXA )
The Tongue Was A Rudder Or Steering Oar With Which A Man Guided His Course Throughout The World
A response to Chillida’s use of space and material. His sense of presence compacted into a highly dense space is of great interest visually and theoretically.
The largest piece in the series hangs from a suspended panel. It combines Multiple wooden elements connected to the lower piece via a pendular length of steel bar. The lower element is formed from dozens of 2″ X 2″ sections shot together and shaped. There is an additional capping section which tops off this element […]
A very worthwhile day today, critting with Michael Bowdidge Some brilliant ideas and approaches to practice discussed and a good opportunity to get feedback on a new accumulation test run. This piece plays on the phone mounted on Stylophone with audio going to right channel into Stylophone and audio from Are You waiting for the […]
Black Elk (1863–1950); medicine man, Oglala Lakota: “I did not know then how much was ended. When I look back now from this high hill of my old age, I can still see the butchered women and children lying heaped and scattered all along the crooked gulch as plain as when I saw them with […]
“Chimneys of thunderous acceleration” Serres