Being (s) here
Jobs, customs, conduct, repetition, contrasts and the symbiosis of man and nature: my works have diverse references and I want them to speak directly and frankly to the observer. In some works I use question and answer. The discussion throws light on the quest for knowledge, conditions, choices and conclusions.
The piece Being ( s ) here includes approaches which tend to typify my work, such as bundles of fabric, string, sewing threads and wires. What is seen here is the ephemera of a performance piece done in Vilnius, Lithuania this summer.
Reusing objects in my work is another aspect of the ideology and philosophy I have chosen to apply and examine. Irony has sometimes been mentioned as a feature of my work, although it is not a conscious aspect of the creative process for me. I see it as an added extra.
What are we asking today, and what answers are we receiving?
Being ( s ) here asks where we are going.
Being ( s ) here is perhaps a naive dream that the earth may be permitted to survive.
Being ( s ) here is about metamorphosis and development. How far have we progressed towards becoming what we should one day be able to be? When will we emerge fully-formed from our cocoon? When will we wake up? Will we wake up?