Installation Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. Reflecting on moments of war, an installation with sculpted arms, candles signifying the human spirit, the flame represents life force and it’s destructive powers. Crumpled up messages from the survivors and witnesses of moments of war dating from several years a go until the present day, lay scattered on the floor. Which during the installation people picked up read and took away with them.

Specifications

1996
mixed media & sculpted arms
28x8x8cm



  • Installation – ‘Medals’
    The silver shilling was traditionally given to the press-ganged or the eager volunteer as a token. To me it represents the man, the repetitious stamp of the King, and uniformity of the faded male image reflects the passing of the nameless conscripts. Specifications 1998 Cast Silver Brutality Medals 5 x 8cm Kings Shilling 2.5 x […]
  • ‘Ghost’
    Installation Derelict Mental Hospital, London. A conceptual work with figurative reference to the anonymous patients that once filled the building. Specifications 1996 Time delay photograph with sculpted arms 28x8x8cm
  • ‘The Quiet Room’
    Installation Derelict Mental Hospital, London. The use of feathers in this work is a metaphor of confinement, a symbol of flight, placed on the floor they become a carpet, once trampled on they become broken and useless. Specifications 1996 mixed media 28x8x8cm
  • Cutlery (detail)
    Fork and knife depicted, client had handles made to make a set of four. Specifications Commissioned work Spoon, fork, knife. Cast silver 4 x 1. 8 x 0.4cm
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