8 September - 2 October 2010

A house is a building or structure lived in by people. It generally has walls and a roof to shelter its enclosed space from precipitation, wind, heat, cold, and other elements. The social unit that lives in a house is known as a household. Most commonly, a household is a family.

The sculptures in this exhibition are based on the concept of house as an abstract form in all its implications. They combine the interaction of the right angle pointing to the sky and the simple geometry of squares and rectangles. It implies roof, volume and space for habitation, shelter, but also protection and exclusion. The forms are minimal, abstracted and reduced to their essence leaving the viewer to interpret scale and purpose. The texture and colour of rust and patina in the surface open another dimension of interpretation.

To view available works from this series please make your enquiry through the contact page.