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A panorama view of a developing installation of 13 or more figures in glazed and unglazed terra-cotta, plaster and papier mache illuminated by LED lights on stands made of cardboard and mdf. As shown at Civilians, May 2019

Enlightenment is an installation consisting of about a dozen partial figures in various media including raw dried clay, bisque fired earthenware, glazed fired earthenware, plaster and papier maché.

Above and below: A panoramic view of Enlightenment at Civillians May 2019, An installation at The Garage, Brighton

A panorama view of a developing installation of 13 or more figures in glazed and unglazed terra-cotta, plaster and papier mache illuminated by LED lights on stands made of cardboard and mdf

The piece is my endeavor to capture a sense of collective presence, to define with inanimate media how it feels to be part of a human group with a singular purpose or deeply felt shared experience.

A tableau of 13 or more figures in terra-cotta, plaster and papier mache on stands illuminated by LED lights

Above: A test tableau of the installation of 13 or more figures in terra-cotta, plaster and papier mache on stands made of cardboard and mdf and illuminated by LED lights.

An unglazed terra cotta figure 20cm wide which is part of a developing installation of 13 or more figures in glazed and unglazed terra-cotta, plaster and papier mache illuminated by LED lights on stands made of cardboard and mdf

A glazed terra cotta figure 20cm wide which is part of a developing installation of 13 or more figures in glazed and unglazed terra-cotta, plaster and papier mache illuminated by LED lights on stands made of cardboard and mdf

The work is conceived as a rolling project, as individual pieces are sold they will be replaced until such a point as the project comes to a natural end or someone buys the complete installation.