The place of the white dog is an audio-visual essay exploring the fragile balance of time and how we spend it. It was part of an exhibition in London where all work originated in a video from the 80’es.
My work includes clips from a film made by Justin Ascott where he follows Toby Harris, a philosopher vagabond and one of the last of the gentleman tramps who shaved every day, dressed respectably, and travelled around the country looking for jobs.
The Business of Love – two paintings, two videos and four objects.
How do I love thee, video 2:36, 2018. Title from a poem by Elisabeth Barrett Browning.