Friday, 27 April 2012
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
|Space set up|
Interaction with raw materials was the main concept behind the work presented at Pre*. I wanted the audience to experience the physicality of creating drawings and marks with the mark making materials i had used when inhabiting the landscape. Presenting these materials alongside sandpaper offered a small insight into the experience of actually mark making within the landscape itself.
Giving the participant an opportunity to become close to these organic materials it was hoped their textures and resistance would generate a depth of thought and realisation of fulfilment; the real and physical world presenting opportunity to form process and outcome.
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
Binding these pillars together became a collaborative project. The creation of this part of the work highlighted the importance of physical interaction and the fulfilment of working together; something not experienced within the the digital world!
Monday, 9 April 2012
Attaching the form to the environment (the studio space) made the form itself more physical and real, drawing attention to the space it inhabits. It now appears as a kind of parasite, an entity that does not belong there, a form, feeding off another. Technology feeding off humanity?????!!!!