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For Reasons Unknown 1

This piece explores regularity found in the familiarity of place and activity. There is neither front nor back view they are different but the same it is just that the understanding of the experience appears not to share obvious similarity.

Slip, body stains, glaze and oxides hand painted. Fired to 1265C.

32cm(h) x 24cm(w)

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For Reasons Unknown 1
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For Reasons Unknown 2

Slip, glaze, body stains and oxide hand painted. Fired to 1265C

26cm(h) x 12cm(w)

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For Reasons Unknown 2
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For Reasons Unknown 2 (detail)
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For Reasons Unknown 4

The narrative is concerned with recording the fragmentation and displacement that happens to us and our surroundings; matter is shed like skin, replaced by something new.

Slip, glaze, body stains and oxide hand painted. Fired to 1265C

31cm(h) x 18cm(w)

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For Reasons Unknown 4 (detail)
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For Reasons Unknown 4

Just as time of day makes a difference to what we can and cannot see and recognise so too do our moods to our ability to interpret what we think is happening.

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For Reasons Unknown 4 (detail)