Royal College of Art,London: 2002 M.A Fine Sculpture,
is something to do with a desire to manifest a conflict between knowledge
I try to transgress the physicality in the material substance and reach out to comprehend their non-matter energy. I then translate this non-matter language into a pictorial manifest in a guarded juxtapose of matter and spirit, the visible and the non-visible collagen.
a dictionary are non-material substances stored as sedimented historical
consciousness layered in time. When they surface in usages, create tentalizing
relatives to day-to-day history and humanity in manifestation. This dormant
energy in matter and history provides the infinity of enactments and engages
me to a root metaphor in my work and sustains my journey. It transcends
the present ness and unfolds me (you) to the boundlessness of a terrestrial
and cosmic space. Here emerges the question of life, renewal and continuity.
The floating image on the surface of the ball investigates itself, a feeling of otherness or sence of belonging and learns to live like a food chain or ecosystem. This could involve any living being.
( Photo, 210cm x 110cm)
Royal College of Art,London: 2002 M.A Fine Sculpture