Mein Liebeswald Krankenhaus. 2005 – 2006

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The Clown TamerClown tamer, Mixed media on paper, 210 x 150 mm, 2006

Wolf whistlerWolfwhistler, Mixed media on paper, 210 x 150 mm, 2006

Turns mine to wax

Turns mine to wax, Charcoal & spray paint on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2006

various black and white

Group , Charcoal & spray paint on paper, 840 x 600 mm x 10, 2006

The victory tap

General’s Victory, charcoal on paper, 420 x 230 mm, 2006

Lady tree

Lady Tree, Charcoal & spray paint on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2006

Company Store whore

Company Store whore, Mixed media on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2007

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The Fires, Mixed media on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2007

Boy

Child, Mixed media on paper, 210 x 150 mm, 2007

Family Tree 1

From the family tree series, Soft pastel on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2007

The wounded soldier

The wounded Soldier, Mixed media on paper, 210 x 150 mm, 2007

Mein leibes Waldkrankenhaus

Mein Liebeswald krankenhaus, Mixed media on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2007

The Woodcutter's Daughter

The woodcutter’s daughter, Mixed media on paper, 200 x200mm 2007

Sweet dreams Mr Messe

Sweet dreams Mr Messe, Mixed media on paper, 840 x 600 mm, 2007

Works from series Mein leibes Krankenhaus  were completed in London in 2006 and 2007.They were in some part based on my imaginings of a strange strip of forest behind my sister’s house in Koenigstein (near Frankfurt) .I went there often . Mostly the works that survived are in two camps – Those that deal with normally prevalent processes of obstruction of content , a wish that a subject or form will resist an absoluteness – and more narrative based “characters “. I was reading a number of writers that subsume different people or roles seamlessly in their work .  This was helpful in broadening  my understanding of the “personality ” of things not human.

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