Flight of the Storks, mixed media, miror, snow globe, 245 x 325 cm
‘The Line of Flight’ is a Deleuzian term which describes the desire to move from a territory to a new territory. In my practice it is a work of art which exists in a state of continuous transformation: It assembles, repeats and creates differences, elements seem to move across the surface, dis-appearing and re-appearing, somehow transformed along a journey through the surface.
‘Stretched’ is a trilogy of ‘landscape fragment’ paintings, another new body of work. Each painting is in acrylic and oil on canvas, framed by metallic bars, and might resemble to some a row of deckchairs or hospital stretchers, or closer in they might look like beach fronts, layers of inscription, slivers of sky.
From a far distance they perform in space like sculpture, and from a closer view like painting. They are both paintings and objects but not at the same time.