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A series of two colour silk screen prints. 10 copies of each.
The images are part of my made up visual world, the Death Point Between. In which colourful characters exist in a world where time flows faster and stories of technology, intelligence, nature and apocalypse are told along single static images.
The Golden Seed exists in various forms: as and installation including a living tree inside an improvised grow chamber - a timber-framed construction with reflective foil walls, a grow-light and fans; nearby are five cast 18ct gold seeds. A text accompanies the installation either as a printed booklet, audio recording or live reading by the artist.
Stemming from research concerning...
If you’d like to….(Taos Off-Grid)
New installation for THE PASEO by Claire Coté
(Questa, NM) & Anna Keleher (Devon, England)
Roving interactive sculpture
Part pet, part machine, ‘If you’d like to….(Taos Off-Grid)’ is an audio hybrid whose strong adaptive potentials allow it to explore diverse habitats. It guides companions on an imaginative tour of local homela...
From the Tlazolteotler Fiesta.
An event based around Aztec ritual and Tlazolteotl - the goddess of filth, sexual guilt and purification. Totaller acted out the role of concealed priests, making and serving quesadillas. 70 plates were drawn in total by Dale Holmes, Lea Torp Nielsen and me.
Commissioned by East Street Arts, Leeds
A recent visit to the house and studio of Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock, in Springs, Long Island, US - provided us with a context for our Jackson Pollock doll.
A Church sits above Subway, an Urdu poster in a Derby window and someone walking by.
Oil on canvas
A small hand sized sculpture of a ladder carved from a block of "gymnasts" chalk
'…..entre las calles y la atmósfera' (between the streets and the atmosphere)
15 days, 2132 miles
oil paint on wood
This painting is inspired by human behaviour, in particular group dynamics and social isolation. Cliques and clusters of anthropomorphic beings inhabit an imaginary lanscape.
Clement Cooper returns to Tigerbay to produce a new body of work that investigates through, photography, oral testimony and music, community reaction to the 1995 Cardiff bay waterfront regeneration scheme.
Did the community, in-particular the children and young people Clement Cooper photographed in the docks back in 1995, really get what they were promised?
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