Whilst documenting the garage I noticed that the language used was Alien to me.  It was like a foreign language that went straight over my head.  This made me feel naïve and confused.  So I decided to replicate these emotional responses into my work.  Trying to make the audience say, ‘what is this all about?’

For my latest project, having the authentic materials smells, paper and language from the tuning garage allowed for this user interaction.  The outcome was not only intriguing but opened up questions.  Some people went up close and smelt the oil that was printed.  Being this close to my work lets the viewer see the small flies that were accidently added in the screen-printing process.   

This post is posted on Sunday 27 May 2012.
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