The latest developments in my Silueto series of public art interventions that place my body in a political relationship with the landscape.
The project explores the way that pornography in the form of dick pics penetrates our bodies through phone tower and wifi electromagnetic radiation even if we never see the image.
I use cyanotypes to document my passage through the arid Australian outback landscape at Fowlers Gap.
A journal entry about my photography practice and some of the hundreds of shots I made on my trip to the Australian outback.
One of our assessments in Drawing 1 was to present 30 discovery drawings of the same everyday object on a consistently sized and oriented ground (i.e. the material you draw on). “Significantly, the task also facilitates the development of an expanded vocabulary of drawing, requiring the experimentation and exploration of new processes and materials, newContinue reading “Stranger Thongs”
This project began as one thing then became something totally different that I hadn’t even imagined. My original intention was to develop an easy way to convert a digital photograph of a black and white print into a reduced-palette sketch that I could use as the foundation of an analogue collage. Got that? This portraitContinue reading “Reduced Palette Portraits”
This self-portrait project began with a blurry phone selfie, as I channelled my inner Lenin (or is it Stalin?), gazing into the glorious future of the revolution. Note the awesome yellow wall behind me. The next stage was to glitch the photo by reducing the palette from 70,000 colours to just 15. This produces someContinue reading “A tonal self-portrait”