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office cowboy

The emblematic tradition dating from the age of Hogarth and the breakdown in narrative found in absurdist playwrights such as Eugene Ionesco writing in the aftermath of the second world war have been primary research interests.

Provoked by the current meltdown and  the parade of imagery beaming into our lives in an absurd and dissonant manner in which narrative seems to have disintegrated, my work often reflects a fragmentary nostalgic longing for mystery and a lost world that never was. This has resulted in what appears to be incongruous cognates of mind, memory and feeling.

Strange juxtapositions and imagery (notably from the 50s) pursue an intensity of feeling combining wit and surrealism leaving interpretation fluid in an bid to fascinate and engage the viewer.

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