Monday, 14 March 2016

Testing how works can sit together- or not


Left to right: 'The tree would only be found at higher altitudes' (2014-2015); 'Plaque for a monument that does not exist' (2014); 'Die Papageien' (2014-2015) Additional notes: 'The tree would only be found at higher altitudes' is the first drawing in a new suite of drawings that I am currently working on.  Wall height equals 3m. Documentation: Felicity Jenkins

Left to right: 'The tree would only be found at higher altitudes' (2014-2015); 'Die Papageien' (2014-2015) Documentation: Felicity Jenkins




Left to right: 'The tree would only be found at higher altitudes' (2014-2015); 'Plaque for a monument that does not exist' (2014); 'Die Papageien' (2014-2015); TBC- five maquettes for a new suite of large scale drawing-sculptures, 2016-2017. Additional notes: 'The tree would only be found at higher altitudes' is the first drawing in a new suite of drawings that I am currently working on. Documentation: Felicity Jenkins
TBC: The first of five maquettes for a new suite of large scale drawing-sculptures, 2016-2017. The width of the left hand panel measures 21 cm. When this work is scaled up to its full size, the left hand panel will measure 210cm and height will be scale to mirror the maquette's current ratio/ presentation. Documentation: Felicity Jenkins










TBC: maquettes for a new suite of large scale drawing-sculptures, 2016-2017. Documentation: Felicity Jenkins


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