Images from previous projects.
Single channel digital projection, 3m x 2m
In twelve months, I lost twelve people I knew, some of them close and some less so, but still people who I had known since I was small. Twelve Trees is an exploration of grief, through a thoughtful and peaceful projection of slowly moving images onto a little used space in the building of Hereford College of Arts. The installation became a point of contemplation for staff and students and the college asked for it to be left in place for a month longer than originally planned. The work was reconfigured for The Happening, an Invisible Arts Network (Rural Media) event in 2017.
Single channel digital projection through chapel window to inner church, 2m x 1m
A commission for The Light, a group show of artists working with light. Volka was an installation of projected images in the Volka Chapel at St Michael & All Angels Church. The images were all collected in and around the church and re-presented on and through the chapel window, shining into the interior of the church. The work transformed this area of the church and chapel, showing the details of the church and its environment in a new way and challenging the visitor's knowledge and reading of the building.
Single channel digital projection, 10m x 8m. Meadow Arts commission at Croft Castle & Parkland (National Trust).
This is a reconfiguring of a 2013 commission for Meadow Arts and National Trust's Croft Castle & Parkland, who asked for the work to be reshown in a new way. The commission investigated the fabric of the place, both materially and in terms of the stories and tales that live on through its inhabitants and visitors, past and present. The projection on the outer walls of the castle's grounds brought the castle's contents out into the open and subtly referenced the legends and tales of this ancient place. Photos by Stefan Handy.
Images of further work
Single channel digital projection, 4m x 3m. Meadow Arts commission at Croft Castle & Parkland (National Trust).
Thereby Hangs a Tale is the result of an artist's residency at Croft Castle & Parkland, during which I investigated the fabric of the place.. The Slate Store was a forgotten space in the outer walls of the castle, a building which was otherwise carefully curated and cared for in every detail. Photographing the ornate details from inside the castle I projected them, along with studio images referencing the tales and folklore of the place, into this dark and unloved space, playing with ideas of inside/outside and what we choose to cherish or abandon.
Contemporary artist, working with colour and light to produce video, photographs and installation artworks
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