Bruce Nauman's photograph, "Failing to Levitate in the Studio", is just amazing. It almost optimises the kind of humour in terms of art that I am currently interested in. Whether this is intentionally funny, I am not sure, but that is irrelevant. Having read into the work a wee bit, it seems that Nauman … Continue reading Failing To Levitate In The Studio
Whist conducting these interactions, for want of a less pretentious word, the object seemed to solidify some kind of status, as it was a clear focus point for all of the short films I recorded. As I moved around it, sometimes acknowledging it with my actions and sometimes not, the object grew some kind of … Continue reading The Ugly Twin
The following videos were taken throughout a day spent in a project space at Grays. I booked out the space for two days, in order to try and develop some of my ideas a wee bit, and just have a bit of a play around really. I went in with a few plans of what … Continue reading Object Interaction
Fine art is largely considered to be quite a serious affair. This does not, however, have to be the case. There is comedy to be found in a large amount of art works, should you chose to look for it. This does, naturally, exclude the more severe genres - it is incredibly difficult, and probably … Continue reading Funny ? Not Funny ?
Throughout my third year at Gray’s, I finally formed a realised practice revolving around illogicality and playfulness. My most recent work was a small room with a treacle inspired repeat pattern lining the walls, ceiling and floor, with alternating colourful lighting and a sound piece playing within. I would like to continue the idea of … Continue reading Final Year: Statement of Intent