October: work has begun at the British School at Rome, where I am very happily living and working until the end of the year as the Derek Hill Foundation Scholar (picture of marble cabinet here, which I am currently spending quite a bit of time exploring).
Anneka French has written an essay on my Body/Building polaroid works for Photomonitor this month and there is also a four-page feature on my work by Robert Preece in the October issue of Sculpture magazine with a small extract available online here.
From 1st October until the end of the year I will be the Derek Hill Foundation Scholar at the British School at Rome.
I shall be looking into ruptures of time visible in the buildings of the city as well as the architecture and town planning commissioned by Mussolini and their relationship to Romanitas.
I’m leaving for Rome today to install new work for Oredaria Gallery. It will be part of the exhibition ‘Subjective Involvement in Physical Spatial Entities’ with Aeneas Wilder and Esther Stocker. The work is based around façades and here is one of the drawings to give you a taste.