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About this work:


​ Whilst travelling through monsoon India in 2019 I settled in Kerala Southern India for a while and made a few drawings in response to what was around me, specifically, what was above me. This work was made during a particular night after violent storms that had lasted for weeks. The night was so dark, the sky was so clear it looked bejewelled with all colours possible refracting and creating swirls of shimmering, glittering patterns. 

This drawing is my interpretation of a small part of that sky.

​I made the drawing in inks on black paper that measured H 50 x W 70 cm and then I cut up the work into 35 equal parts. In doing so each part perhaps becomes more significant somehow. Mini Multiverses?


The idea was that each part of the work could be framed and then placed on a wall in a multitude of configurations. They could even be shown as independent works in differing locations. This work will arrive in 35 pieces of 10x10 cm mounted to 6x6 for protection. How you choose to display them is up to you.   Please contact me for enquiries.

For some time I have been making work that uses repetition, multiples and patterning as a translator for ideas that I am interested in...the collective mind, macrocosms, microcosms, algorithms, fractals, geometry and various other theories that discuss synchronicity, connections, similarities, cause and effect and the intertwining and enfolding within these disciplines.

The continual similarities between an image of a nebula, a cell, a flower, a fractal, a raindrop, gives me a motif, a symbol, a signifier, a switch, that turns the work into whatever the viewer is open to see. Physically destroying (?) transforming a completed work from many parts back into one of its self translates these ideas perfectly for me as the work is reborn, recycled, redeemed and evolved into a new thing, a new way of being. 

Particle - A Drawing in 35 Parts - H56xW71cm

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