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Sculpture: Resin, Plaster, Plastic on Other, Wood.
Folds in geological terms are formed from stress or pressure applied to sedimentary rock. These folds are produced by the slumping of the layers at their weak points and are a phenomenon that occurs on a huge variety of scale and multitude. To mimic such a process, thin sheets of metal are compressed on a horizontal axis. This produces an organically folded and creased landscape which forms the origin of the visual language of the work. This landscape is then deposited in thin layers of synthetic strata, that once built to a considerable thickness can then be sliced into thin sections.
Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London