During the MA my work concentrated on medical data (for example, Magnetic
Resonance Imaging) as a model for exploring collective awareness.
realized through video/animation screened on to paintings and other surfaces,
resulting in intimate narratives where the materials employed interact with each
other. The effect is to orient the viewer in an emotional and intellectual space
between the static/painterly and the dynamic/ documentary. Much of my practice
is dependent on context and site senstivity.
The notion of the growth, propagation
and movement of living human tissue is, for me, a catalyst for thinking about
how the body works.
Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residence, January - November 2005.
Professor Tim Elliott, Cancer Sciences Division, University of Southampton, Southampton General Hospital. http://www.som.soton.ac.uk/research/cancersciences/members/the/the.htm
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