Binocular: disturbance


Shared concerns from collaboration with Suffolk-based artist Caroline Wright are realised in work that explores the position and experience of the insider and outsider, using TestBed at Oriel Davies Gallery to challenge ideas through drawings, exchange and display of objects, parallel walking, mapping of locations and other works. The Skirrid Mountain, Monmouthshire, located on the fringe of the Black Mountains is our site of investigation as we unpick what it means to be familiar and unfamiliar and the disturbance this causes.

For more about the Binocular:disturbance show see a-n Binocular Blog.


Lottery funding strip landscape colour

Binocular is an Arts Council Wales funded production project. Supported by a Professional Development Bursary from a-n The Artist Information Company

BEEP 2016.

2 triptychs included in Wales biennial exhibition of painting: This must be the place I never wanted to leave.

BEEP 2016
6 Aug – 3 Sept Swansea College of Art
7 Oct – 5 Nov Undegun, Wrexham
16 Nov – 23 Dec ArcadeCardiff, Cardiff

For other paintings in this series, see Address Undressed

BEEP 2014

Portrait of the artist as Pluripsychic system highly commended
BEEP 2014

10 Oct – 9 Nov

Welsh Artist of the Year show


10 Jun – 6 Aug
St. David’s Hall, Cardiff

BEEP 2012

Machine For... Diptych 1aMachine For... Diptych 1b

Machines for the Regulation of Sensibility.
2 diptychs included in the Wales International Painting Prize: Through Tomorrow’s Eyes
20 July – 11 August BEEP 2012