Working on this pink building in red ink. Haven’t decided what to draw over the ink with but maybe charcoal.
“What are fragments? What is it that gives them such high value? (…) To what extent can they be regarded, though fragments, as whole?”(Schelel)
The exhibition asks questions about inclusivity, empathy, connection, and value in art and exhibiting. Open Fragment is about experimenting with the chance outcome of the interconnectedness of the internet open call. It is about how we utilise the amorphous space of an online platform, in that its tentacles reach out through the millions of wifi hubs around the globe with varying speeds and varying accessibility.
Coming from all over the world, the artworks are exhibited in the pink, virtual forest where the visitors encounter these images on a tree, a bush, a rock.
130 g/m2 acid free cartridge paper, water-based pigment ink, solvent-based pigment, neon pink paper, graphite. January, 2021.
I’m working on some large scale architectural drawings using pen and ink. I lightly drew the shape out, painted on layers of red ink to show shadow and now I’m working into the piece with pen.
130 g/m2 acid free cartridge paper, water-based pigment ink, neon yellow paper. August, 2020.
Mixed media (ply, treated pine, gas mask) installation, September 27, 2013
Acrylic glazing sheet, white spray paint, fibreglass rope. December, 2012.