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Works

Haydons

Haydons 'Pleasure in Labour'

Morley and me (Detail)

I’m interested in the tensions between copying and appropriation in arts practice and its relationships to identity. Malcolm Morley is a painter well known for appropriating found imagery such as photographs, post cards and posters etc. For this painting I wanted to explore the concept of the original by appropriating part of a Morley’s work, from a section of a mass-produced poster of ‘Coronation and Beach Scene’.

CC zero painting (detail - 1)

Open painting created over the course of an open studios weekend at Stockwell Studios. Visitors were invited to contribute to the painting throughout the weekend.

CC zero painting (detail)

Open painting created over the course of an open studios weekend at Stockwell Studios. Visitors were invited to contribute to the painting throughout the weekend.

Flying Ducks (2006)

Found, discarded or forgotten objects are collected and stored and reworked and resurrected into new memories and contexts. Defunct objects are juxtaposed to create a new unusual picturesque Muriel made from his late grandfather’s flying ornamental ducks and a section of reclaimed hoarding.

Flat Exhibition - seven artist invited to respond to the residential nature of the upper part of the gallery' premises -'the flat above the former Regent.s book shop in Parkway.

Tube Flight 2006

Short extract of: Found Internet Footage Montage from various internet videos found 27th and 28th March 2006

71 Ranelagh Rd 2006

Various found 'home' Internet video footage was captured between 22 -30 June 2006, the found footage has been reworked into a new narrative that leads the viewer through a uncanny maze of international domesticity.

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