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'My Grave is Your Grave' film ticket
This is my latest short film, about death, life and ownership, which had its cinema premier at Z-inema Berlin with Shorts on Tap this month.
All buyers will have access to an online viewing weekend, December 16th-18th.
Your ticket will also be valid for a physical screening in Margate, either at my home if just a few of us, or at Tom Thumb if a healthy number. Date TBC - either second half of December or first half of January!
4x6" Framed, signed, ltd. ed. photographic print.
Includes access to filmed footage that will not be released on social media (too sexy innit).
I am interested in the strawberry as a fruit that can be erotic and yet retains its innocence.
I believe these two things can co-exist.
For this piece I wanted to create a highly erotic image that contains nothing ‘explicit’, not even a nipple. And I wanted to create something with both phallic and yonic vigour.
'Another Time, Another Time, Another Time'
10x12" signed, ltd. ed. of 40 prints (unframed)
with my poem 'Another Time at Fulsam Rock'
13 still available at outset of this sale
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affordable frames and lovely service.
Another Time at Fulsam Rock
I see I have reached my iron age
In the firmness with which he is out to drown
The calmness with which he lives again
It settles the blood
We are out to love
'BITE ME' (strawberry)
Made in a day-long workshop with Kavel Rafferty, on my BRINK residency with Margate Pride 2022, there are 3 of these screen prints (they are each unique, not identical to one another) and the stencils that I made fell apart in the printing process so there can be no more. I am going to sign them in the full-stop, so you can take to a framer who will centre the image in the frame/mount. A frame/the glass will flatten for crisp finish with no ridges!
Signed, ltd. ed. photographic print (mounted, unframed)
32x32cm (mount) here in a 34x34cm frame (outside edge to outside edge). Image is 8x8cm.
This piece featured in my first short film, 'Dic Pic', which has been screened at the Montreal Feminist Film Festival, Brighton Film Pride, Shorts on Tap London in conjunction with TimeOut, the Toronto Alt Film Festival, A Symposium on the Body at the Regent Street Cinema, and in exhibition context at Queer Art(ists) Now, London, and The Turner Contemporary, Margate.
The image is of mine and my partner's dicks on one of the velvet cushions from our couch. The couch was at the end of my bed when we met, and the dimensions/ratio of the image to the border mount replicates the cushion amid my white bedsheets.
(left) This is the exact image of the 'dic pic' print, as it looks to the eye, and the mount is less yellow, more cream than it looks here. I'm having trouble capturing all of my work on these dim wintery days!
This A5-ish (postcard-size) cyanotype print was made on the BRINK residency - I was taught the technique and assisted by El Chettleburgh (pic of us learning on the beach below) and there were 5 successful prints from a half-day's work; no two are identical, and I won't be making any more.
Original Paintings & Drawings
8x12" oil on canvas pad
This self portrait is the only painting I kept from when I learnt how to use oil paints, in evening classes back in 2017.
'It Settles the Blood'
40x40" oil on canvas
SOLD to Amber & Étienne
60x80cm acrylic &graphite on cartridge (unframed)
This is my Lockdown piece - the swings are those in the park behind Bows Arts Studios in London. I became fixated on the swings as a symbol of the double-edged sword in Lockdown, of how we had the potential for greater intimacy, but also a lot of stress and strain put on our physically close relationships. And of course, the stopped play. I passed the park every day for months, and eventually, just before I moved out of London, I climbed over the locked gates to get the right photograph. So this is also my last London piece.