Materials have been ordered and have begun to take shape.

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The framework is starting to take shape here. This is the beginning of a new set of experiments stemming from my experience of Japan. While there I came across concrete coated rock surfaces, this is an attempt to reduce the problems created by shifting land masses through natural disasters. I became increasingly interested in this quiet battle happening while the rest of the population go about their business. Silently in the background the concrete battles against huge amounts of pressure.

This experiment reflects on this pressure, of two materials or objects battling against each other as they try to retain their existence.

I was fortunate enough to be asked to produce a film piece for the Fright Night Film Screening this Halloween. It was a fantastic opportunity for me to continue working on a piece I’ve been trying to resolve for some time now. An eerie stop frame animation which really fits the bill in regards to this event. I hope everyone enjoys my film and all the others that exhibit.

Film Piece

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Let me tell you a story about my dust pile… is a collaboration between myself and Morgan Kinne, which began in March 2014. Our first show was in June as part of the Embassy Galleries Annuale Event. We had a lot of positive feedback about the show which is documented in the review of the Embassy Annuale event. From that show we have produced a series of prints of the objects and events which took place, and the main image above shows one of these prints hanging in the RSA Open 2014.

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Let me tell you a story about my dust pile…