Exhibited as part of the Danton’s Art Prize in 2019.
Plane Paper is an ongoing body of work that continues to explore the surface of a sheet of unexposed fibre based photographic paper through mark making. The photographic sculptures are interpretations of an imagined landscape, capturing impressions from the surface of rocks and flat planes; the visible indentations and fold marks reveal the subtleties and gestures of the contours imprinted on the surface of the imagined land, including the most minuscule elevations. Whilst the pigments inscribed into the images reference the light embodied from their environment marking the plane of the paper once more. The fabric intimates a performative action of the changing surface of the landscape creating endless possibilities for light and movement to encounter the work.
Photographic sculpture, fabric and metal rod
84.1 x 118.9 x 20 cm
Plane Paper Installation