Feeling It For You (Perspective) is an evolving print work installation that investigates the eclipses and slippages of a live art practice. Dealing with the same issues as the live work of contamination and skin surfaces the prints are a series of disrupted planes, which are surprisingly visceral. The prints are placed in dialogue with objects such as glass tanks and viewing devices upon a catwalk of trestle tables. The gold leaf that forms part of the print material is a reference to past live performances, and a grapple for perspective within a collaborative practice that parallels the renaissance struggle to introduce perspective in the representation of bodies. The prints remain unglazed and vulnerable.
Material Monoprints, custom glass tanks, oil, imitation gold leaf and viewing devices
Exhibition place Bonington Gallery–Nottingham, UK (2012) & Rom8–Bergen, NO (2013)