The Sound And The Fury
Time lapse of the piece I created to accompany ‘The Sound and The Fury” Various Guises.
India By Train
I spent two weeks living on a train in India with the charity Jagriti Yatra. Alongside the live illustration that I did for them, and for the following two weeks of travel I kept my personal sketchbook.
Other projects, artwork & texts:
Burn art. Why?
Drawing is a dance. I search for the flow movement and of gesture and the structures from which they overflow.
Etchings of musicians and other strange familiars.
After a long while of looking I felt very attached to this painting, not it’s miniature reproduction on screen, but the vibrating body of the canvas itself.
Interview about my art and music with the lovely Nastasia at the LondonY
A portrait of the artist, through allegory of the Duck Headed Man.
Two floors of enormous canvases, head after head emerging from disrupted space or poised, static and clean, cut from a violence of abstracted shapes. It is wonderful to see such a great expanse of uncomfortable artwork.
A mythological story world of strange people and creatures in which the drawings came first and the words follow…
Falling light and rising colour. A continual exploration of not only of an end result but of process, a mediation between intention and material…