FROM APHAR, 2019 | household dust | 105 mm diameter | Aphar is the Hebrew word for dry earth and dust. It is used here as a homophone for the word ‘Afar’. Our return to dust, although perhaps harder to accept than the profoundly abstract notion that we come from dust, is inevitable and perhaps easier to grasp. Whatever our inclination, it all comes down to dust.
INTROSPECTION OF A SPECK, 2016 | household dust | 55 mm diameter | From the Hendricks Commission solo exhibition ‘Ghosts in the Making: an intervention in the Wunderkabinett’ at Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History London.
“Hair and dust has solidified into tiny figures that float in larger dust globes or inside glass domes or instruments.” – Michael Petry, Artist, Writer and Director of MOCA, London
DUST ORB, 2016 | household dust | 85 mm diameter | Installation at Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History London
GENETIC GENESIS, 2012 | household dust, human hair | 80 mm diameter | Collection: Marsha Williams
GENETIC GENESIS (detail)