The Sea – This is a recurring theme in my work – It is a point where movement and the ungraspable world start. Also a boundary where one effects the other – carrying away debris from disasters or evidence of mans footprints on the land. The changing nature of it and the discorse surrounding its romanticism and sublime nature keeps re defining the sea for me as a subject matter.
Boundary 270x 98 cm (version 2) show opening on Sept 5th 6-9 6th -13th sept/ Camberwell College of Arts /Peckham Road, London SE5 8UF
Etching detail Boundary 2012 Japanese Conference at Kings College London – Meeting with the organiser today about curating a show around this conference which will take place in Nov 2012. Interesting to work with academics and get a military perspective on the trauma and emotional costs of such a catastrophy. It was the largest deployment of troops rallied in Japan since the second world war to cope with the
Caesura – History comes to a head in a moment of disaster, the time of disaster structures the danger of history. In the almost-no-time of this breakdown, thinking comes to a standstill. Eduardo Cadava – words of light -These on the photography of history A touching of truth happens when the subject is forced to accelerate beyond its actual self, when it looses itself in contact with what cannot be