People and Places


The projects in this section respond to the places where they are located. I often describe my work as an 'art of place' because my practice has been driven primarily by places and people rather than art world institutions or fashions in art. I like the idea of 'place' because it embraces the range of dynamic qualities that shape communities, from the people who make these places and their social, cultural and political histories to the way they look. The art of place includes architecture and dress, weather and landscape, customs and habits. It is only limited by imagination. My practice has always revolved around locations.  I'll be adding more work and places to this section over time.

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