abandon | embodied action
an experimental piece that was realised as part of the lacuna project. the performative painting, influenced by the abstract expressionist movement, draws upon personal emotions & experiences, whilst influenced by the neglected ruins of a house situated in a 6000 year old human settlement.
location: grimspound - dartmoor national park
photograph of the finished painting.
oil, watercolour ink, acrylic, acrylic ink, water & sandpaper on canvas
a short film showing some of the process of creating the performative painting.
after the painting
collaborative experimental sound drawing workshop
during the second year of my fine art degree, i took part in an experimental sound drawing workshop. for this, i created a layered, fragmented sound piece titled 'transience' using adobe audition. as a class, we then spent time responding intuitively to a combination of sound works created by each person.
backbone I & backbone II
both of these sculptures were created using alginate & microcrystalline wax as part of a developmental process exploring the abject & body as fragment. they were produced during the transition period between the 'remember me' & 'to build a home' projects and divulged as an important stepping stone as visual research.