The booklet Documentus res, is a glossary of terms and descriptions of items in Latin, which accompanies and acts as cipher for the work. Together the works mark a fascination with items generally assumed mundane and forgettable. By re-contextualizing these objects they become signifiers, shifting emphasis and sparking moments of contemplation.
Video is used to record the play that happens in the studio. Usually located on the floor the objects in motion are focused upon. Drawing acts as a visual equivalent to the objects framing comparisons and differences.
With a nod towards minimalist traditions the work uses simple motifs and repeats them. These echo architectural features and so the work comes into existence and aligns itself with the space it occupies. Often using objects that are found at exhibition venues, which will return to daily use, the conceptualist Douglas Huebler's statement, is brought to mind "The world is full of objects, more or less interesting; I do not wish to add any more."
CV & Education
Qualifications and training
2010 - MA Fine Art, UWE, Bristol
1998 - BA Fine Art, KIAD, Canterbury
2012 - Postliminary Arenas, Motorcade/Flashparade, Bristol
2011 - Hypnosis of the Spectacle, Backlit Gallery, Nottingham
2010 - Textual: Two libri in two fenestra /Archipelago, Windows 204, Bristol
2010 - The interface, Oliver Holt Gallery, Dorset
2009 - A Frame for New Vertical Limits, Walcot Chapel, Bath
2009 - Et in Arcadia Ego, St Paul's Crypt, Bristol
2010 - The Show, Spike Island, Bristol
2008 - Intervention/Decoration, Foreground, Frome