mixed media, edition: 1/20
1005 x 850mm (framed)
Commissioned for Socially Distanced Yet Creatively Connected, an exhibition in response to the global pandemic and inspired by our collective experience of lockdown.
My work is abstract, and as such is not intended to be representational. However I believe the subconscious influences of Lockdown can be seen in this work. “Intersect“ is quite different from my normally hard edged geometric works. I believe that this was influenced by the divergent, ambiguous and fluctuating information, and opinions circulating over the lockdown. These influences can be seen as the lines that converge to the “intersect” and then diverge again. The boundaries are soft & fuzzy like the information, and opinions. The background is reminiscent of the circular and zig zagging arguments that continued through the period. I repeat this work is abstract; it is intended to invite viewer participation; move from side to side, note how it changes, attach whatever meaning you wish, and expect these meanings to change over time.