French Kiss, charcoal on paper, 72 x 51 cm.
That Which Is Owed, charcoal on paper, 50 x 90 cm.
Lay Down Your Arms, charcoal on paper, 102 x 72 cm.
Heads or Tales, charcoal on paper, 102 x 72 cm.
Bird of Prey, charcoal on paper, 41.1 x 29.7 cm.
In The Beginning, charcoal on paper, 59 x 54 cm.
Black Out, charcoal on paper, 102 x 72 cm.
Rescue Me, charcoal on paper, 51 x 60 cm.
I’ve always been interested in technology, especially the design of things and the way they’re put together. It goes deeper than that, when I view humanity as a whole I have to ask ‘what is it about us that wants to make all this?’
That question affords me the ability to examine not only the ‘why’ but also the final product.
From our humble beginnings we’ve demonstrated an amazing ability for progress, we’ve wanted ‘better’ and ‘more’, technology is only a part of it, but for me and the society we live in today it’s the part accessible and relatable for everyone. As we hurtle towards an unknown and uncertain future, technology and the way we use it will become increasingly more important. It has already become so integrated into our lives that I doubt many of us could live without it. As we build more and invent more, are we helping our humanity or are we robbing ourselves of it?