Below.Art Reveal Magazine “VM4 Goes to Hamburg” by Art Reveal Magazine. An online article about the Vending Machine Exhibition at Hamburg Altonale, of which I was one of the participating artists (July 2016)
2016. A collateral exhibition in the Serra Dei Giardini at the Venice Biennale with http://www.venicevendingmachine3.com
photo kindly supplied by Marina Monroe
Above; 2017. Group Exhibition “Borders” Castle Bude. Cornwall. Medium; plaster and paper
Above; A collection of photographs that illustrate the description of pain. 2016 Photographic Print
Right; Demonstration of reach through the lack of a handprint.
recycled plastic bottles.spray paint acrylic, pigment and wood.
419 mm x 838mm
RWY. Royal William Yard. 2017 metallic acrylic on canvass
600mm x 900mm approx.
Reification of music
Medium. Broken 78" records cut on board. 2017
Complication of movement. 2017.
medium; oil on acrylic , stretched canvass.
size; 6' x 6' approx.
Encapsulates the movement and the use of the wheel and the demonstration of using the wheel in my dimensions of reach. Contained within the canvass
response to " I'm not with Duchamp".
post box theory, Plankt quantum theory.
assemblage cast iron and topography
Left; Didley bows. 2017
medium aluminium, wood, guitar strings, nut and bolt and hose clip.
Peninsula Art Gallery Plymouth.
Pixelated still taken from a film and shot from a camera fixed to a wheel. 2017
Below - two crutches turned into musical instruments, both G-strings...
Negative positives taken from a wheel. 2017
medium; plaster of paris.
size 30cm diameter approx
Maquette created for sculpture for a Bideford round- about to celebrate Westward ho!
medium; wood, cine film and acrylic.
914mm x 762mm.
medium; paper and lighting
Below a sculpture that caused a bit of a stir. standing 6' 3" tall about the balance of disability.
This height was important my height before the wheelchair it ended up being chained to the ceiling. So funny seeing a sculpture about how difficult it can be to come to terms with a change in perception and position being restrained with chains, oh the irony.
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