Talk: Materialising site at the Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins April 23rd
Talk: www.thequarry.org.uk May 15th 2014
Enantiodromia at Fold Gallery exhibition extended until 10th May 2014.
Turning Landscape into Colour is a research project at the Camden Arts Centre from March 3rd -26th 2014. The project explores the origins of earth pigments – ‘ochres’ in the landscape and considers their significance as contemporary cultural materials. Invited researchers Ruth Siddall geoarcheologist UCL, Spike Bucklow senior research scientist at the Hamilton Kerr Institute University of Cambridge and Jo Volley from the Slade School of Fine Art will contribute specialist knowledge.
Black with Shadow
Pigment on panel and wall
165cm x 155cm
Pigment on CNC cut MDF panel and wall
Dimensions: Object: 120mm diameter; wall 120mm diameter
Chalk panel and polished wall
Earth pigment in medium on wood panel and wall.
total image size 165cm x 82cm
selected for the John Moores Painting Prize 2012
Red with Shadow
Earth pigment on wood panel and wall.
165cm x 82 and wall
Installed in the Royal Academy summer exhibition 2012.