Promenade

October 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Set along the coast lines of East Anglia, the Promenade series allegorises our struggles to manage and control fundamental elements. As a project it has grown from my explorations of rural industrial landscapes, and consideration of our relationships with our environment, the interactions and marks we leave on the landscape. I recognise that like...
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Pilgrims

March 15, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The beginnings of a recent series from Iceland: I had for sometime had ice in my mind. Glaciers, icebergs, frozen and freezing, melting and thawing, moving and changing. Not witness to all, a blizzarding experience. Yet a blackened beach. A persistent pressing imagining, a scatter of ice formed. Blind, scrolling anticipation, the considerat...
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Disappearance

January 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Disappearance Enquiring of place, recognitions of an increasing pace. Change, fundamental, space, time traced. Metamorphoses, a nostalgia of emotion in context. Elements, effect. Tide, thaw, freeze, eroding, shifting, expelling. Each passing an evolution. Human emergence stimulating acceleration. Offering shadows past, mythologies of now an...
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Vicissitudes

November 16, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Vicissitudes Somehow even the most scarred landscapes retain abstract and reformed beauty. Perhaps light, form or scale tricks our mind into associating a mountainous dump of waste material, or the carved and angular scaring’s on and within the earth’s skin have resemblance. Our eye sees the change or damage and somehow reforms our perception, fin...
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Legacy

November 02, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
“ The overwhelming priority for those who make decisions about energy must be to avert climate breakdown. They need to keep the lights on, but not by sacrificing the future welfare of humanity and Earth’s living systems. It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. It is also better to curse the darkness than to burn your house down.”...
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