Ian Cook

Ian Cook 1

Construction Bath, May 2015

My hope is that the work will encourage engagement in a playful manner. Because it is open to manipulation and modification the outcome is not predictable. The object also undermines the notion of singular authorship. Furthermore, the relationship of the viewer to the object can become active rather than passive.

Conversely it is predictability, control and passivity that denote obedience.

I have chosen the cross in various forms as the base building block and the means for addition to the work.

Ian Cookheadb&wsat

My work is achieved through a multi-disciplinary and multi-media practice. I explore visibility, sound and text. Currently I am interested in internal language and play.




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