SHELTER is one of my continuous series. In the spring of 2014, it emerged from the idea of creating a meditative style to look at the subtle nature of an abundance of minute interactions. The first application was used to look into the simple concept of searching for shelter, [perhaps the key fractal of my aims and desires] implied through a variety of viewpoints and subtle visual stimulations. Soon, I pointed ink at the allure of the city’s greener grass and rumours of success – expectations vs reality, through the nature of close inspection. Loosely identifying the motives that lead to people being environmentally consumed. It is a process designed to manipulate visual hunger.
The SHELTER criteria are fine lines of ink on A2 paper (23.5″ x 16.5″). The paper is blank [white] and the skeleton, thus far, exists in black. All pieces are of landscape orientation.