Make a Vessel
considers construction, labour, and regeneration of found materials through temporary installations, physical interventions and photographs. Through a process of collecting and wandering, things are reconfigured and re-arranged to work together as an assemblage. Damaged or whole, they have ‘collided’ for a short moment in time and never fully finish as objects or structures. The build is never complete and is cyclical in its nature. By presenting pictures loosely in assemblages of objects, we make new connections from these lost parts between what is in the built environment and what is an imaginary one. As the camera is an observer of these silent performances which are short, stilted, and playful, the artist works to make room for something else to be built, again and again.
in Ambika P3, London, November 2023.
, Reconstruct, 2023