Here are some works I produced for an exhibition in 2014 at the Wentrup Gallery in Berlin by the artist Florian Meisenberg. I provided 30 pieces in all, which were printed in the gallery as part of a show reflecting a creative diversity and intertextuality of the digital age and the internet.
In the wild… (digitally altered photograph of original coloured ink drawing) In the corner can be read ‘ in the wild they move like dreams through the forces of our memories’ (2014)
relative frame of motion and light intensity realigns with concept of vortical forms (in a snowly London wood Feb 2009) 4 of 11 (unedited photograph)
Fast 2 of 3 digitally produced image using an original photograph of the Mabley Green monolith in Homerton, London (2014). On the image can be read ‘ the sky laughs when she dances her music, spherical being, dream half in aspic, caught like beaded sunlight, now clear apparitions of those who escaped to the future by turning into twilight on the side, go, stay, remain, spire of the wind that blows you away across the void, your half voice sings and double, waking flight to eternal delight’ (2014)
‘When she walks, flowers surround her, Let their nectar come in to the air around her, She loves her love sticks out like stars, Her lovin’ sticks out like stars’ 3 0f 3 (2014)An unedited lightbox photograph of a pen drawing layer and an ink colour layer, each on A4. The title of this and the two related pieces is a quote from lyrics of the song Pachuco Cadaver by Captain Beefheart (Don Van Vliet) 1969
What precipitates (2014) digitally altered photograph from a pen drawing which had included the original text ‘a lie precipitates time’