Reality is a slippery thing, the closer we study it the stranger it becomes, as matter reveals itself to be largely immaterial and time bends and ripples. So how have we arrived at our current understanding of the physical world and how far is our perception from what we call reality?
<> installation / Courmayeur, Italy / August 2018
‘The End’ is a collection of predicted end dates for global catastrophe combining secular, scientific and fantastical predictions. In total 360 pages record predicted endings from 635BC to the current hypothesis of the ‘Big Rip’ when everything will end in 22 billion years. Included within the exhibition; The End is Where We Start From / Balzer Projects, Basel, curated by Pauline Doutreluingne / 6th June – 21th July 2018
TIME-LAPSE / Kielder Art & Architecture commission / due for completion spring 2019
Combining dendrochronology and Time Dilation Theory 'Time-lapse' will form a spatial and temporal way-finder within the forest, joining the collection of sculptures and buildings at Kielder by James Turrell, Tania Kovats, David Adjaye and many others