This work experiments with the ability of coiled forms to invoke social histories and to have eerie familiarity with viscera. It is a sweeping baroque vista of ice morphology made from sunken sweater bundles. Dramatic, but dislodged, symmetries assemble a hybrid of architecture, body and land.
This mountaintop painting investigates tactile qualities of vision as well as simultaneity of sensation. It continues my fascination with the theatricality of grand illusion and the erotics of spectatorship.
In this piece, I explore ways to engage the viewer in a complex spatial relationship. I am fascinated by how painting induces kinetic disorientation and immersion. Subject and object fuse into an allegory about excess, concealment and display. Baroque knitting creates an illusion of sensory madness. Fragment and detail become monumental.
This painting contains a flood of bright molten materials that ooze from distant crevasses. Through metaphor, I seek to create perceptual regimes that create spectacle. I search for new ways that two-dimensional and static paint can become performative.
Photographer: Robert Barrow