The Shape Of Things To Come - GSA Degree Show 2016

It's been just over a month since I passed with Distinction from the Masters of Letters in Fine Art Studio Practice (MLITT) at Glasgow School of Art. It has been an intense and rewarding year and I really enjoyed making my degree show work, so I'm very pleased to share some info and pictures from the exhibition:

We are in a period of time where man has caused long-term damage to the Earth – the age of man – what could the next epoch of time look like if it was a world beyond man?

The Shape Of Things To Come articulates a post-apocalyptic worldview through constellations of modular works and immersive wall and floor drawings, which integrate illusionary drawing and painting techniques with abstract minimalist surfaces. The work combines humanities fading presence with elements from nature to question how long man will live in respect to deep time and to comment on the culpability of our actions against the environment for humans now and humans to come.