WORK IN PROGRESS
TUNIS VILLAGE, EGYPT. SUMMER 2019

I came to Egypt to make this series of papier mache sculptures.  They are an investigation of bodily geometry.  To read more about them and my time working in Egypt please follow THIS LINK to a  collection of letters I’ve been writing to Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre. You’ll find photographs of the progress of the work are HERE, and of the people and places I’ve got to know, HERE.

When the sculptures  are finished, I will temporarily install them here.


I am also making a woven carpet. My backstrap loom is a strange hybrid- it evolved from the ones I’ve seen Guatamalan women using on Youtube, but the method is an adaption of what I've learnt from tapestry weavers I’ve met here.





EARLY WORK, BERLIN, 2018

1/10th SPACE  
Flour,cornflour, plaster, salt, ink, sawdust, wood, steel, rubber, table
2018

This 1/10th self portrait tested the relationship between the surface area of a disc and the volume of air encircled by arms which ‘hug’ it close.







1/10th SHAPES
pencil on paper
2018






AUDITION TO BE THE ARTIST
Copper, lead, tin, bismuth, steel, brass, wood.
2018









PLAN AND NO-PLAN
Flour,cornflour, plaster, salt, ink, sawdust, wood, steel, rubber , plasticine
2018






 

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