My new work for ALISN presents SCOTOMA at sluice art fait 15th & 16th October 2011.see www.sluiceartfair.com for more information.
Some even grew rich and became the object of their neighbours envy
Paper, country living magazine, masking tape, emulsion
The blind spot occurs when negotiating the ground between utopian fantasy and domestic reality.
The fragile, partial houses and signifiers of a neighbourhood are constructed with a Brechtian philosophy in mind. They show their workings and their flaws reminding the viewer that they are just a suggestion of place and of home.
The interior of the houses are inspired by patterns and furniture from a manual about how “creative people” live and Country Living magazine which works as a consideration of the barrage of information about how to live and what to aspire to.