Air. 420×300 mm, pencil & Conté crayon
Con Air. 540×520 mm, lithograph
Fing. 300×240 mm, etching
Interconnect. 297×392 mm, linocut
Coin with ivy. 360×270 mm, aquatint
Chai Conflux. 162×136×72 mm, stoneware
Dreamcatcher. 153×210 mm, etching
Fireplace. 61×24 mm, Jesmonite
Crucible. 136×108 mm, stoneware
Idol V (3D projector). Plasticine, bouncy ball, flash bulb, bottle cap.
Idol IV (Golden nugget). Plasticine, filter holder, golf tees, bulldog clip.
Idol III. Plasticine, beer mat.
Idol II. Plasticine, Slinky, garlic stalk.
Idol I. Plasticine, tea sachet.
Velux. 300×112 mm, Perspex, mastic
Aqueduct. 75×163×54 mm, 11×58×39 mm, stoneware
To view this image, walk back four paces.
Arches encased within one another, rotating anticlockwise (25 rpm).
Water Tower. 96×64 mm, stoneware
My Aunty’s cats (composition).
New Rome. A-28 page screen printed book of scenes from the fabled city. Available from the South London Gallery bookshop.
Raymond Chandler/ John Hughes.
Tour poster from last month.
Maltese stamps from my mum’s childhood collection. Mostly from the late sixties – early seventies.
Gulden Draak, Bruges.
During the Quinquennial Pageant of the Golden Tree, at approximately five minute intervals, the Gulden Draak halts the procession, opens its mouth and emits smoke. Local children in traditional costume of the Flanders region charge and assault the dragon with flags. The smoke then drifts away, the Gulden Draak closes its mouth and the pageant is resumed.