Tentatively, I unlatch my front gate, chocking
it open with a stone.
A little fearfully, I leave my front door wide,
and screen door unlocked.
The table set, old wine is left to breathe, and
fresh bread to cool,
for all to take, ignore, or savour.
undertaken as site-specific installation upon the ruins of the 13th
century Church of the Cross (Korskirken), May 2016 in Oslo, Norway, Ever ancient, ever new explores the
effects of an openness to vulnerability, and its capacity to induce harm,
humility, and healing.
to Lucia Murnane, Neil Shurgold (Rubicon ARI), and André Piguet (exhibition
Each work on
() Station, 2016, acrylic on Japanese
Stolen/gifted painting, 2017, acrylic on glass, 30x20cm.
Station, Stolen/gifted painting, and stone.
exhibition sheet, and stone.
Station, and stone.
Station, Fourth Station, and stone.
Fifth Station, litter, plastic bag, and nippers.
Sixth Station, and stone.
Station, Eighth Station, and (the) stone (that the builders rejected).