group crit

IMG_3808 IMG_3809 IMG_3810 IMG_3811 IMG_3812 IMG_3813 IMG_3814 IMG_3815 IMG_3816 IMG_3817 IMG_3818comments made by the group from observation of my work:

all different cubes in all different environments


glass cube = curious

groups is variety?

glass changes/cpatures a view

copper on plinth more limited than copper in flowers

jospeh beuys – narrative thru material

glass cube – going on tour, to places important to me

glass cube – reflects back/disappears/enclosure

window frame – all photos


why glass separate? two pieces, similar language

are photos the final? with cubes as props?

plinths – one is archiving the other

4 + 4  – grouped so that textures speak to each other

why not on floor – force viewer to get on floor

visceral objects

made to become safe

more interesting on floor – could be freer, contrived on plinths

communication between objects keeps returning



screaming to say something then say sssshhhhhh

glass not wearing clothes – draped looks taken apart

work if less of them? or more space between them? difficult to see groups

interesting textures

just glass and one other

photos do same as covering

what is an object trying to say


contrived relation

autobiography of cube, of the cubes story

photos all external spaces

size of images? why is one focussed in on? if smaller such as postcard then evokes travel

what is next in the story? (sequence)

up close photo of glass cub most intriguing, object disappears almost – frame


asking you to look in – domestic

photo spacing so viewed together, like stop motion. size of photos evokes cataloguing. what if really tiny (business card size?) what of photos square? make lots more – fill whole wall of photos

glass is an illusion

less is more

if just one it says something

why cubes this size? intentional? – hnadable/human

reliable about a cube, strong form

granite cobbes – cobblestones – history

units – could carry on indefinitely

but not the glass one – absent but present

pieces of materials on the wall

JG – look at object orientated philosophy


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