An experience of global migration was interesting for me as a new topological activity, an activity negotiating the connectivity of the planet, by ‘cutting’ and ‘mixing’.
It is in the age of global that the notion of ‘cut-in-mix’ became a normal state of creating that moved an artwork from limited formalism to the creativity in larger terms. Cut-in-mix is a significant shift away from “cutting off” principle of modernity. Hybrid, ‘creolised subjects’ moving across the terrain of globe and this activity creates cross-circulation of knowledge, dissemination of borders. I use variety of mediums and textual devices: video, drawing, design, texts or anything I see appropriate in order to visualize these ideas.
|15 May 2008||Bursary Showing||Toynbee Studios|