I use mirrors as lenses to reflect and distort. It is possible to confuse and disrupt the expected view at the same time as honing in on small sections or colours and representing them to an audience through documentation.
polystyrene beads spin and dance beneath a fan in this micro installation
As the impact plays out, the balloon becomes balletic, displaying a certain beauty in its deathly end.
Hiding in plain sight, this sensitive installation, only occasionally makes its presence known to those who pass over it or care to take a closer look. This is a subtle intervention in a place of quiet reflection and contemplation, where we consider the small and everyday elements of life alongside the spiritual.
The ritual of striking a match, to light a candle and think of a loved one, is commonplace in church. This artwork is intended to draw attention to this and act as a focus for further pause and contemplation.
The balloon is floating majestically in the air, but at times the falls to the ground and bobs along. It precariously hovers above mouse traps, occasionally triggering them.
Up high on the gallery wall, 2 wobbly black whips slowly rotate like the hands of a clock. rhythmically carving tracks through fun snaps nestled on a shelf below. Occasionally one falls and the explosion resonates through the space and beyond.
ball bearings, magnets, mirror ball motors and saloon door hinges combine in a series of works precariously balanced and deliberately arranged to watch, brush past, touch or avoid