This drawing is part of a series of six drawings with an overall title of ‘I Sit on the floor to Draw’ with independent titles within that. The works contain imagery collected from three years living in South East London and responding to my immediate environment and also the people that came and went from my life. In this time I had my first serious relationship, lived alone for the first time and my family went through a death and a divorce. So this piece speaks of the creation of a home environment within the new but also the draw of the old and the importance of family.
This piece was designed and created as the ceiling to an outdoor social bar, the sunlight through the thin calico in the day would throw the colours and structures of the work as shadows onto the floor and visitors.
A series of films created as a collaboration between French Artists from Rouen and three artists based in Kent, the films themselves were created by the individual artists and input into an online programme created by the artist Stephen Trois-Carres so that the films were interplayed with each other at 15 second to one minute intervals creating one continuous 24 hour film. The results of which were live online for only those 24 hours.
This series of large scale oil paintings were created to describe the excitement and frustrations with the space of the city of London and its bustling activity; created from the architectural structures and the colours of the everyday, these paintings were accompanied by a short film that was later edited and used in a collaborative work titled ‘Cage Suite’.