Commission for Joel Wilson.
The Storehouse is a grassroots charity committed to making a difference in their locality. This wall-object is the fruit of a three session art project I led.
Question: What place does self-portraiture have in a world of selfies and bar-codes?
Quote from 2010 documentary The Dark Side of Chocolate. Exploring the eucharistic connotations of unjust chocolate production.
"Maps codify the miracle of existence"
- Nicholas Crane, Mercator: The Man Who Mapped the Planet
"You can't create a perfect map. You never will."
- Danny Dorling, British...
“This at last is bone of my bones
and flesh of my flesh;
she shall be called Woman,
because she was taken out of Man.”
Every Kingdom #2, 2015, Blood and Thread on Linen at Stop The War's #DontBombSyria protest outside Downing Street, London
Appropriated words from Akala's Fire in the Booth to question what it is to be a working class English man faced with a history of religious, social, and political oppression?
Illustrations for David Benjamin Blower's book Sympathy For Jonah to be published early 2016 by Wipf and Stock.
Clothing fit for a king.
What is a book devoid of text?
Moving Wall Installation
Five picture frames. Notes on representation.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, complete.
Contemporary Dance & Performing Arts
Kev. Pink Floyd. The rest is testimony.
Exodus #5 in Conversation with Birmingham Cathedral. 1-7/9/2014.
Exhibitied over three sites in Birmingham's Urban Coffee Company Cafés. One owned by the International Bible Training Institute, West Sussex.
Degree Show 2014. Duration, 2.5 hours.
Photographic prints, Lamb's Blood, and Linen.
Exhibited with Sputnikmagazine.co.uk at the Catalyst Festival 2014.
The Bread of Life
10/04/2014. A collaborative project that looks at the materiality of the Easter story. Photography by Bethany Dabbs
15/03/2014. A collaborative project that looks at the materiality of the Easter story. Photography by Bethany Dabbs.
We are actively involved in the text, from anti-sacerdotalism through to Nihilism.
Created for Sputnikmagazine.co.uk 's exhibition What are you waiting for?
The feminine and the masculine, the image and the word, the immediate and the symbolic. An Exodus for my four year old niece Ava-Grace.
The trace of urbanised humanity.
Examining the inherent containment of the book.
Celebrating the liberation of the book.
Time scale: 40 Days
Philippians 3:8 at St. John's in the Square, Wolverhampton
Installation examining word, image, λογος, Σαρχ, theology, art, and ritual
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