A team of artists collaborate and engage in a durational performance by spontaneously reacting to each other’s actions without any verbal communication. The artists of various specialisms will respond to each other’s actions individually and as a collective. The primary material used during the performance is concrete and engine oil.
Emotions, moods and feelings are a silent language we explore within us and others, evoking and receiving signals continuously. The emotions investigated during the performance are those often hidden from strangers, the ones we reject or seek to understand within ourself.
The concept of the materials are fixed to the emotional state one seeks to integrate with the raw and artificial aesthetics of concrete and the beauty and reflective property of used engine oil. While the sculptor evokes emotions during the process of the work, the final piece remains uninhabited, allowing constant empathy with the viewer.
viewer-artist-object, 2016, Carmerthen School of Art, UK – the artist is seeking to further understand the roles between the viewer, the artist and the object. The viewer becomes the artist and the artist becomes the object.