Process, installation and performance, Wimbledon College of Art, London, 2013
A work in progress can suggest a setting – a kind of rehearsal space not yet finalised. Similarly, productivity can be understood as working through the work or even working without the work.
Vs. relocated is a place of work: process.
It is a stage for a constantly evolving situation to take place, in which reality and fiction meet, and a performance of a moving body, whether present or absent, inhabits the ever-shifting actuality. It is a production site to which the artist returns to work. Making actions and gestures with materials in space and working between studio and site, painting becomes a thinking space, constantly in motion. Likewise, every response to a material is a thought in action. Orientation towards the continuous movement is ontological in kind, allowing materials to perform, work(space) to be activated, multiple layers to unfold and different states to co-exist.