synthetic polymer & charcoal on linen
183 x 183cm
A definitive loss of community transfers the act of looking to an unanticipated sovereign place. Detached from any reciprocity, it begins to desire but alienate its 'objects', which start to operate in the domain of fetishism. At the same time s almost hysterical effort evolves to bring things close. However, the notion of availability that is evoked violently removes things from their specific locations and periods, for them to be played out in a phantasmagorical environment." Philippe Pirotte, The Arena, Luc Tuymans, 2003
Born Melbourne 1969. Lives in Hobart & Melbourne. Exhibiting since 1990 throughout Australia. AILAE Artoteca &. L'Alliance Francaise, Bari, Italy 2009. Highly commended Glover Prize 2010. Finalist in Burnie Art Prize 2011, City of Hobart 2009, Tidal Devonport Art Prize 2004/2006 & 2008. Alcorso Italian Residency 2009. Represented in major public collections.