Stoic inquires to places of old within old places, locales whose settler history has been either upheld or repurposed for the needs of industries and leisure. More importantly is the usage of Dentil Blocks recovered from a now derelict Victorian stead. Aside from their representation of a time long past, what that time might’ve held, and discussions of upholding heritage, the blocks are essentially beyond utility as most are rotted, irreproducible, or slathered in leaden painted. They now stand alongside their printed counterparts as both relic and revelation.
Acetone Monoprints & Dentil Blocks on Panel, 16" x 60" (40.64cm x 152.4cm)