I dig, I look down 2008
Albion Gallery, London
The gallery site for this show was converted and designed into a graveyard/ archaeological site in order to resonate with the subject of the artworks series-the dissection of the individual.
Though physically represented, it metaphorically questioned our ability to become extinct through each moment we pass, one into the other, thus fading in memory and in time.
This body of works cries out for self-preservation of the individual before extinction when one would have to dig and look down in order to find oneself, then failing to find physicality, existing in memory but forgotten insight.