ALBEDO October 2015 | collage: recycled tissue paper, acrylic ink, Sharpie, card | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) not quite stuck down not quite stuck not so contained somewhat splashed a little raw fragile tactile delicate delicacy scrawl sprawling away into the moon * albedo: the proportion of the incident light or radiation that is reflected by a surface, typically that of a planet or moon *
Abstract Collage in Yellow October 2015 | collage: recycled tissue paper, recycled stripe paper, acrylic ink, card | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) liberation song first horse of eternal gold indestructible skin and bone of god with orpiment face the young girl reads while Turner paints clouds at the exact centre of the world the emperor realises his celestial nature in Monet’s canary kitchen wisdom whispers into precious quince quietly anarchy waves her flag to the saffron sadhu […]
Uncanny Valley: Dogod series October 2015 collage & print: recycled tissue paper, newspaper, solvent ink, acrylic ink, card | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) morphing continuum between real and unreal dog and god with cognitive difficulty and reported eeriness thus perceptual conflict creating confusion a threat to concept of human identity predictive coding human god pretending humanlike terrible job pretending to be normal with anxiety flavour existential absence of spirit a disaster – freaks me right out […]
PROTEAN October 2015 | print: solvent ink on layout paper | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) Abstract print with sphere and graffiti style motif. Nikola Tesla & his mission for transmission of wireless electricity Great balls of fire *
TRANSIT October 2015 | print: solvent ink on layout paper | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) Abstract print with spherical objects and calligraphy style motif. TRANSIT We’re all just passing through. *
Homage To Josef Albers: Square October 2015 | collage: recycled tissue paper & Indian ink | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) Quadrilateral dreaming of square earth: all four corners are equal.
Opposable Thumb October 2015 | fingerprint ink on A4 layout paper | 600dpi | 30 x 21cm (12 x 8″) OPPOSABLE THUMBS …allow the digits to grasp and handle objects and are characteristic of primates. Opposable thumbs allow the digits to grasp objects and build iMacs and are characteristic of monkeys. *