Sunday, 19 October 2014

Installing The Topography of Time

I'm just back from completing my latest show at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. It opened on October 11th, and runs until the November 1st. It was a momentous effort helped by the brilliant staff at White Walls – Hard work but loads of fun!

Here's some
documentary shots of my installation and I'll post more on the show shortly. You can view the work in full, or read an interview by clicking the links below.

Available works

An Interview about the show


Photo credit: Prspctive



Photo credit: Brock Brake












Photo credits: All images above are courtesy of Remi Rough, unless otherwise stated.

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Exhibition at White Walls Gallery, San Francisco

My latest exhibition 'The Topography of Time' opens at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco on October 11th.

Here's some documentary shots of the work in progress, along with a couple of pieces from the show. I'm exhibiting in one of their project spaces so I'll also be creating something on site.

For further information and enquiries please contact the gallery direct.









Untitled (ii) 
White Syntax (xiv)












Thursday, 19 June 2014

Latest work - 'Endeavour'


Endeavour, 2014.
Media: Mixed media on board  
Size: 22 x 215 cm approx.


Detail shots:







Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Terroir (i)

From a conceptual perspective it's important to me that the materials used in the 'Concrete Truth' series were representative of the environment they were created in. As concrete is one of the most ubiquitous, and utilitarian building materials I often use it in my work.

I hadn't used clay up to this point, but when visiting Marrakech for an Agents of Change group show last May, I was amazed by the impact 'the Red City' has on its visitors. The surrounding area is famed for its deep red clay and the buildings in the old city are simply a continuation of this landscape.

During the trip I arranged to carry out a mini project at a pottery studio half way between Marrakech and the Atlas mountains. The artisans were extremely hospitable including me in all their lunch breaks. Many a tagine was cooked by the kiln – I love Moroccan food so this made the journey a reason in itself.

There is more work in the 'Terroir series' to come.