Sunday, 13 April 2014

ST CLEMENTS CHURCH - WEEK 10



Today I revisited some work from a previous collaboration with illustrator Hannah Farthing (click here). I wanted to explore the representation of an object in different forms, in this case I used the drawing from the collaboration. 

I documented the drawing next to a print of the drawing in its site-specific location to investigate the relationship created by an object existing in different forms and existences. In this case the previous existence (and context) of the drawing presented resting across a bench at St. Clements church Ipswich engages in a dialogue with the present existence of the drawing.

See below for this documentation:








Very much inspired by Joseph Kosuth's One and Three Chairs, see below:


Joseph Kosuth (1965) One and Three Chairs, [Wood folding chair, mounted photographic of a chair, and mounted photographic enlargement of the dictionary definition of "chair"]

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