Four views of a work in progress. This is four views of a single figure, about one metre tall, made from hardboard and fixed with a glue gun. The figure is from Muybridge– ‘Woman walking with hand to her mouth’
The desire here is to get the kind of movement you find in Duchamp into the single figure, or to simply have the movement apparent in the static representation, so it’s very much a first version, and very much unfinished.
That may be a characteristic of my work on reflection, the ‘unfinished’ quality. I won’t claim it as deliberate, but then I do stop.
The process I try to follow when I work is to work without reference, to try to let the object dictate it’s own result. There are some other examples here
wikimedia commons Eadweard Muybridge
Looking good, lover. So this is how a proper blog works? 🙂