I explore what it is that defines an art object both in relation to its fabrication as well as it’s situational context. In these artworks, plaster is used to cast individual panels that resemble paintings.
The ideas behind these compositions are developed from a series of studies inspired by everyday stories, situations, and insecurities. Through these studies, abstracted motifs emerge as daily observations become edited in an on-going visual dialogue. The artworks are hybrids, caught between the act of painting and sculpture, naughty outsiders awaiting acceptance into a category. My use of titles offer indication towards their origins, but these are deliberately ambiguous hints such as; ‘Who unhinged the Apricot’ or ‘Sprouting Confusion’.