- Created: 30 July 2014
Mannequins in People to People Opportunity Store in Frankfurter Tor, Berlin, 30th July, 2014.
- Created: 18 July 2014
Above and below made after visiting the Bauhaus Archive
Above and below made after picking up a German encyclopedia on the history of philosophy, art, cinema
and theatre. Despite being reprinted in 1996, I noticed that there were almost no women represented in
positions of authority. The women depicted were almost always swooning, hysterical or submissive.
These small collages show a total of 8 women that were represented with any strength of character out
of a book containing thousands of images of men in 441 pages of HIStory.
Below soldered brass sculpture, a series of images.
Below, the abstracted blocks of colour are taken from Google maps. They represent the footprints of
various buildings in the block around where I am staying and where the plastic rubbish was found.
The colours depicted in the shapes are the complementary colour of the plastic item placed over each
shape. Each of the 16 squares were sewn together with some thread I found in the same area. The
photograph was taken in strong sunlight intersected with shade.
- Created: 04 July 2014
Layers of promotional and visual culture found in the posters around Berlin.
Often they are roughly slapped up over other posters, on walls, bins and
any surface that will support them for any length of time.
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