Swallowing SpittleGildengate House Residency exhibitionOUTPOSTNorwich2015Collaboration with the “Norfolk and Norwich Support Group” and the University College London Department of Applied Health Research, London.
Nail Caught In A Split (Losing What Is Not Contained). Brass, ash. 42 cm x 28.5 x 2 cm Personal belongings removed by bailiffs, later re-bought at an auction, were materially reversed. The resulting materials were shaped into the exact area occupied by the standing size of a person.
Speeding Up What Didn’t Find Its Time. Bench frame, oxidation. 60 cm x 50 x 5 cm Personal belonging removed by bailiffs, later bought at an auction. The oxidation process was accelerated by 89 days, based on the duration of the suffering endured by a person due to an undisclosed event.
Greasy With Veneration, Behind Only Skin. Inkjet print, frame, 30 cm x 21 x 2 cm.A code was developed to insert text inside the binary code of a digital image, hence creating a glitch. A found digital image of an icon revetment (metal protection for the veneration of Byzantine icons) was altered by inserting into its binary code untold words donated by a mother.
Untitled. Carpet tiles, molten brass, molten copper, molten zinc, plastic, pigment, paper, brass string, brass grid, 300 cm x 100 x 3 cmPersonal belongings removed by bailiffs were later re-bought at an auction and materially reversed.
Naive Carrier Of Prestige. Incision in the floor. 0.4 x 1 x 500 cm (length based on floor size) Various paintings and prints previously removed by bailiffs were re-bought at an auction. The images were then materially reversed and the resulting materials used to fill an incision made across the exhibition space floor. At the end of the exhibition the cut was sealed, in this way making the inserted images become permanent part of the space.
Untitled. Materially reversed bailifted personal belongings., 20 x 20 x 0.5 cmToys removed by bailiffs, re-bought at an auction and later materially reversed.
Untitled. Performance taking place daily at different times.A local person was asked to mumble by heart abstracted text referring to contextual origins of the works on show while engaging in the everyday life surrounding of the exhibition space.