This piece is about questioning the use and perception of space, the public and the private, the personal and the impersonal.
It is composed of two site based installations. The first one took place in Richmond Park, where by bringing elements that evoked personal use and private property as well as the idea of warmth and personal identity, I intended to accentuate the uses of public spaces as extensions of our personal space. The need to belong to a place, a territory.
The second one was in at the Crypt Gallery. Here I brought some of the branches I found during the first installation, I wanted to bring the out-door indoors and with this underline the levels of public and accessibility. The branches were suspended and joined only by their shadows which were mimicked with soil, a trail that reminded where they came from, what they are no longer. Dead and alive, present and absent, past and present. time and space.
thank you for all the people who came, it was full! how exciting... unfortunately my pictures were terrible, if you wanna have a look at some of the others exhibiters george's site is got a really nice documentation... make sure you have a look at the rest of his work, you'll love it!
there is this way of loving that comes with me like a parasitic siamese twin, and it hurts me to want to chop it off completely as i wanna remain innocent of murder... and the need to become freed from it...