Hole. 2014

“Hole”

Directly inspired by Dante’s inferno is this “bottomless hole” in the centre of an unevenly spiralling segment of an abstract landscape. What seems like a single surface colour brakes into several as the spiral reaches the mouth of the “sinkhole” plunging them all into invisibility. Humanity is at its worst when we identify for better or worse by colour and creed and when we define an individual my them hence in this sculpture colours are most prominent at the most volatile of location; the plunge.

Acrylic 1 and Plywood. 90X190X90cm

“Hole”

Directly inspired by Dante’s inferno is this “bottomless hole” in the centre of an unevenly spiralling segment of an abstract landscape. What seems like a single surface colour brakes into several as the spiral reaches the mouth of the “sinkhole” plunging them all into invisibility. Humanity is at its worst when we identify for better or worse by colour and creed and when we define an individual my them hence in this sculpture colours are most prominent at the most volatile of location; the plunge.

Acrylic 1 and Plywood. 90X190X90cm