Manchester, UK (1955), lives and works in New York.

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Repeating the similar elements from one painting to the next is a way of not only accepting and finding difference. Within the limits of this structure, intuitive a-rational variations occur as the painting is made. The two sides of each chevron incompletely mirror each other like a reflection in a mirror, unfolding in a series of exchanges. The offbeat linear rhythms and complex spatial counterpoint ensure that the balance achieved is contingent and visually active rather than fixed. Perhaps it is possible to say that, like the enduring self that is also not fixed and determined, these paintings are always in a process of being made, unmade and remade.

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Untitled
Untitled, 2014
Acrilyc on canvas.
27 x 22 cm

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