Sleight of Hand

These works deal with labour, especially the repetitive nature of how certain actions can appear almost accustomed. It is the activity of methodically making work that meaning eventually gets embodied in an ordinary matter.    

As such, the following works look at the conventions of minimalism, the essences of the hand, and the manipulation of everyday materials and objects.

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*All works are Collection of the artist

List of Works:

1    Tube painting (green), 2011. Acrylic on canvas, 406 x 406 mm.

2    Tube painting (white), 2011. Gesso on canvas, 300 x 200 mm.

3    Highlight (purple), 2011.Highlighter on paper, 290 x 210 mm.

4    Pinned canvas, 2011. Blank canvas poked with a push-pin, 400 x 300 mm.

5    Erased copy in the copier, 2011. Found inkjet print on paper, scratched until original image disappears, 297 x 210 mm.

6    Chuffed-up, 2011. Scratched crayon and ink pieces on paper, 700 x 500 mm.

7    Sleight of my palm, 2011. Sheet of gesso on shelf, 70 x 100 x 85 mm.

8    Fond moments in the lounge, 2011. Rubber shavings and PVA on shelf, Ø 54 mm.

9    He holes me not, 2011. Hole-punched rubber band on shelf, Ø 60 mm.

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