Category Archives: art

Too Much Of Nothing

For Hannah Arendt writing in 1958 the ‘Human Condition’ is underlaid by three kinds of activity – labour, work and action. The painting we’ve recently completed took a significant amount of time at the wall face for its two labourers, myself … Continue reading

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I’m currently working on a series of paintings in the studio and preparing for a site specific painting commission to be carried out in April.  The commission, over several walls will create a gallery in the lobby of a residential … Continue reading

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Celestial Bodies 

​ Musings on the installation of Equinox, a public artwork for the new Tamworth Hospital made on site in October 2016 by James Rogers and Nameer Davis.  Equinox is the twice yearly event at which the sun crosses the celestial … Continue reading

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