Flat Time House, London
June/ July 2015.
A solo-exhibition developed during a residency at Flat Time House, London – the conceptual artist John Latham’s former home and studio. In this show the blurring of life and work is explored from the perspective of a resident-artist. This was emphasised in the use of homespun materials like oven-shrunk plastic pet food packaging, pewter casts of money made on the house barbecue and sculptures made from found objects – some left behind by previous Flat Time House artist residents. This exhibition extended into the the garden where a sand sculpture of a brick barbecue was infused with pet deterrent spray.