City of Albany crushed glass, ash from original box, sand, dimensions variable
‘Monochrome art raises questions it declines to answer…No one starts out to do one colour art. It’s always the end, not the beginning of a process.’ Barbara Rose.
This alternative archive installation presents one aspect of daily life, the collective ‘shadow work’ of sorting our rubbish to be remade and reused again. This work is also an archive of my painting practice which pushes the boundaries of painting as an extended medium.