Water Work is a series of new photography works capturing the free movement of constructed textile sculptures. The works explore the point at which fantasy and reality fuse; where the sculptures are figurative demonstrations of fabric’s unique reaction to the earth’s unseen forces, captured suspended in motion and in time. The series explores how the corporeal form can be represented through that most human of constructs: fabric, the material which links us across the many cultures of the world. The eerie sense of human familiarity the sculptures intimate as they move in their slow dance are captured and played with; presented both in and out of sequence, as a series and alone.
Writing about oneself or ones work is either disturbingly easy or disgustingly hard.
In relation to the upcoming exhibition of my odd assortment of works I have found that my lack of an artists statement is not only a gaping hole in my portrayal of myself and my work but also a major pain in my derrier now I come to write one.
So in the meantime here is a photograph I took and I line I wrote and some hope for me, for you and my heart between us.
Never have it said I didn’t see you when I went looking
The mixed feelings after the Referendum run riot around social media and the portrayal of our country in the news. However when I look I see the pride and hope that we have created with our decision, our decision to vote and to come together to voice our opinion. We have a voice and now we’ll use it, this debate has re-engaged the nation, I would hope to see no more apathy- no more 30% turnout. I’m proud to be Scottish, living in Scotland in our time.
Work progresses as it usually does, in fits and starts, with trips and applications and life all keeping me moving forward. This website feels out of date now, a lumbering thing which needs a fair amount of pruning and reorganisation.
Though the summer has been and gone, it still clings to us with these sunny days.