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Plymouth Market slide work

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The Pannier Market is a 1950’s grade II listed building in Plymouth, the U.K. In a selected market stall four slide carousels projected 4 different sites of 1950’s and 60’s architecture that explored the spaces of religion, home and retail … Continue reading

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The Wolf, the Lady with a Shell, Martin and the Couple

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Installation of four sculptures borrowed from Conservation des OEuvres d’Art Religieuses et Civiles Direction des Affaires Culturelles de la Ville de Paris  Charles Valton, Loup sur piste, 1895, Plaster  Georges Chauvel, Femme au coquillage, 1934, Plaster  Charles Marie Félix Martin, … Continue reading

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La Réserve

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16mm digitally transferred film, silent, 8″30

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Exhibition Leaflet Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

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Travelogue

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Lurking Sculpture (Static Dieffenbachia)

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  3D printed PMMA, epoxy resin, lacquer 89 x 90 x 98 cm Produced for the exhibition ‘Travelogue’ at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz. Exhibition view © Photo Stefan Altenburger ‘Travelogue’ Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein. Exhibition view © Aurélien Mole ‘Pensée kaléidoscopique’, Parc Saint Leger

Posted in 2016, Works | Leave a comment

Lurking Sculpture (Rotating Rubber Plant)

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3D printed PMMA, epoxy resin, lacquer, marble base with rotation system 59 x  48 x  46 cm Produced for the exhibition ‘Travelogue’ at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz. © Photo Stefan Altenburger

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Choreography of the Image: Inserts – substitutes

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Choreography of the Image: Inserts (Substitutes) 2016   After the display ‘Choreography of the image’ at the Archive Gallery of Tate Britain between May 2015- April 2016, a second stage of the ‘inserts’ developed. At the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein the titles of the … Continue reading

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living images

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living images, 2015 – 16 Seven bronze casts of hands holding found objects. This work was co-commissioned by the Esker Foundation and The Banff Centre, with the support of a Paul D. Fleck Fellowship residency and Marcelle Alix. © John Dean

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EXHIBITION LEAFLET – living images, Esker Foundation

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