BluePrints, Photographic prints, Plywood, Paint pigments, Hinges, Magnetic clips
It was given to Dickens as a present from an actor friend called Charles Fechter. It arrived at Higham Railway Station on Christmas Eve 1864, packed in 58 boxes. Dickens employed a carpenter from London to construct the chalet as he initially put it together incorrectly.The chalet stood at Dickens’ home in Gad’s Hill, in a part of his garden known as The Wilderness and used it as a place to write. The chalet was later moved to Cobham and then finally to Eastgate Gardens in 1960 being moved, deconstructed and reconstructed each time.
Steel, Balsa, MDF, Wild Birdseed
Wattle & daub, Limewash, Black paint, Plywood, Steel tube
The Stone Phantom
Digital Video 10.00min
Wildmen at the feet of Ralph, Baron Cromwell, c. 1470.
Digital Video 02.00min
A performance of a gallery window having a stone thrown through it, with the film being shot from inside the gallery.
A Sock for Europe
Nylon, steel pole
The Glenkiln Man
Digital Video 18.00min.
The work attempts to replace a series of notable sculptures that were stolen from a Sculpture park in Glenkiln Dumfriesshire in 2016. They are replaced with large inflatable green versions.View here
Bird Device for Venice
Black bin liner, String, Wooden dowel
Documentation of performance attempting to scare pigeons in St Marks Sq Venice with a home made bird kite.
(Solo Show, Arbyte LASER, London, UK)
Digitally printed mesh, Bungee, Carabiners
A work made after a research trip to Mini-Europe miniature village in Brussels, Belgium.
Acrylic, MDF, Print
2014 – Ongoing
Success Spell comprises of an email exchange between the artist and a Sorceress in 2014.
The emails contain the conversation between the two after the artist purchased a success spell on eBay for a sum.
The subsequent conversation tracks the specifics of becoming a successful artist, or not.