Artwork sold unframed
“The Dromedary and Friends” – a collaborated reduction woodblock screen print, with artists Kristen McClarty and Adam Black
The ancient lichen covered rock shaped like a seated dromedary camel, now shares the stage with a tumbled together cairn of natural and man-made objects, with a touch of graffiti. Together, markers of human activity, showing the route to safety, a place to find succour. An anonymous notice board of inclusivity and self-expression. The screen print pulls together physical and digitally generated objects to symbolise the intersection of the digital and physical in today's society, in which our perception of reality is a hybrid of documented reality and first-hand experience. (Much like our curated personality on social media.) Adam's digital shapes are a combination of simulated natural forms and some of the basic building blocks of 3D software - torus, cog wheel, spline and sphere.