SOMETIMES NOTHING IS SOMETHING
23 June to 15 July 2017
These works are based on the notion of repetitive motion and its ability to transform familiar objects into forms that give way to new meanings. A narrative takes place whereby familiar forms are reduced to singular elements via the repeated application of zooming in closer to single images that result in a series of new images. The removal of paint placed on the surface will reveal a work whereby through
pressure and removal, something delicate, and sometimes unexpected may be revealed. These works play on light, form and colour and invite the viewer move closer and explore the delicate paint patterns often left behind. The resulting work is a considered composition that explores the divide between control and that which may have been left to chance.