Hazelbrook, NSW, Australia
70 x 18 x 18 centimeters
smalti, marble, oro, cinca, slate
Contains a Swivel Mechanism, wire cable which attaches to a brace.
Can be freestanding on an arm, wall mounted on an L bracket, or ceiling hanging.
not for sale
Losing Touch is a self-portrait but also a portrait of humanity in our time, representing disconnection and disorientation from place, self and each other. We turn intermittently, slowly, in no particular direction, constantly searching for stable, familiar ground which is no longer beneath our feet. Our outsides are charred and rough, however our insides still contain a hint of softness and a glimmer of light.