Pictures of my work at CMR gallery’s 4/33 exhibition (11th – 14th October) following John Cage residencies. Special thanks to SITA Cornwall for providing the bottles!
If you’re in Redruth please take a look at my window display installation at the former Arts & Graphics shop on the high street, a product of my residency, I used redundant keys from the CMR gallery, 1990 to present, ‘framed’ in reference to John Cage’s conversations with Williem de Kooning over perception of ‘art’ and ‘non art’.
My residency at CMR is drawing to a close (exhibition to follow mid-October) here’s a taster of what I’ve been up to.
Please click below to view my film of Lost Keys installation audio, recorded 2010, edited in 2012, for the launch of CMR gallery’s 4’33 residency programme, inspired by the work of John Cage. This work will be on show in the Redruth gallery for one day only, 15 September, open to the public as part of the launch.
Click on the image below to view the work and description.
For one night only, check out my plants-in-disposable-coffee-cups installation at Falmouth University’s new AIR building! Titled ‘Recyclable, Compostable, Sustainable’, a (debatable) claim made on some of the paper cups, which have been collected from bins on campus and around falmouth and contain edible plants. Visitors are invited to recycle their own paper cups – earth and sunflower seeds provided!
Rambert’s Miguel Altunaga is ‘Dancer of the month’ and I’m delighted that 4 of my pictures of him from the Choreographic workshops, 2010, are included in the article!
Visitors to this year’s Glasto please look out for a giant mural made from hundreds of recycled plastic bottle tops! Many thanks to all my collectors!