Works on wood

 A sudden hard pull, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 30.5 x 40.5 cm, 2019Almost touching, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 28.5 x 36 cm, 2019, Image credit, Ben Peter CatchpoleDangling, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 30.5 x 40.5 cm, 2019Leaning over, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 30.5 x 40.5 cm, 2019Tongue, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 28.5 x 36 cm, 2019, Image credit, Ben Peter CatchpoleA Building, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 28.5 x 36 cm, 2019, Image credit, Tamara RametsteinerOverlap, oil and photo transfer on plywood, 28.5 x 36 cm, 2019, Image credit, Tamara RametsteinerSnakes and Crates, oil and gesso and photo transfer on plywood, 50 x 60 cm, 2017, image credit: Jasha GreenbergShe is sitting, oil and gesso and photo transfer on plywood, 100 x 120 cm, 2017, image credit: Jasha GreenbergI stepped over a hill, oil and gesso and photo transfer on plywood, 180 x 121 cm, 2017, image credit: Jasha GreenbergBoobie haus, oil and gesso and photo transfer on plywood, 100 x 140 cm, 2017, image credit: Jasha GreenbergMountain building, oil and gesso and photo transfer on plywood 100 x 120 cm, 2017, image credit: Jasha Greenberg

A certain relationship between architecture, gesture and material is amplified in my works on wood.  The plywood itself is a reference to the boarded off area of a construction site and is a material I use for its colour, grain, texture and likeness to skin.

The surfaces of these works are construction sites where we see an emergent identity able to arise. Plywood is a motif borrowed from a construction site and provides the necessary ground and frame for the work to happen within. It is the unremarkable, overlooked support and outer limit of a space, which enables a process of inimitable inscription of identity.

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