Category: Installations

Yellow Skeleton & Kalashnikov drawings

Ground Floor Left Gallery: Figuratively speaking (group show)

"Yellow Skeleton on stand" and "AK47" drawings at the Ground Floor Left gallery.
“Yellow Skeleton on stand” and “AK47” drawings at the Ground Floor Left gallery. Oil pastel on cartridge paper, on cardboard.
At the Ground Floor Left gallery in Hackney, East London: Yellow Skeleton and AK47 drawings. Part of a group show with several graduates and established artists called Figuratively speaking.The exhibition rans 14th – 18th March 12-6pm.

Yellow skeleton and sack trolley drawings

Here yellow skeleton and sack trolley drawings are combined.
This is now a lot more about physical objects than flat drawings.
The objects are drawn life-size from an anatomical plastic human skeleton and a sack trolley, using a stick of black oil pastel straight on to white and yellow cartridge paper.
Each drawing is mounted onto cardboard and cut-out.
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Number banners animations

I made these banners 15 years ago;  how time flies. I used them to mark out situations, and then experimented with cardboard arrows in an attempt to animate some life into the banners.

They were in a show at VOID gallery, London and in a small space in Digbeth, Birmingham.

It’s only in the past few years that computer technology has made it easy to convert a series of images into an animation, so I created this video from scanned prints and photos.

Number banner situations

Number banners animations

I made these banners 15 years ago;  how time flies. I used them to mark out situations, and then experimented with cardboard arrows in an attempt to animate some life into the banners.

They were in a show at VOID gallery, London and in a small space in Digbeth, Birmingham.

It’s only in the past few years that computer technology has made it easy to convert a series of images into an animation, so I created this video from scanned prints and photos.

Number banner situations

Number banners animations

I made these banners 15 years ago;  how time flies. I used them to mark out situations, and then experimented with cardboard arrows in an attempt to animate some life into the banners.

They were in a show at VOID gallery, London and in a small space in Digbeth, Birmingham.

It’s only in the past few years that computer technology has made it easy to convert a series of images into an animation, so I created this video from scanned prints and photos.

Number banner situations