Saturday, 21 November 2009
Gene George Earle
Gene George Earle, Untitled, 2009
Currently my work is informed by an intensive studio practice, and operates within a formal and intuitive framework, often in response to a particular space or material. Preferring pre-existing images and materials for the work, I am wholly appreciative of oddity and imitation, of cartoon like forms and coded visual language, and how one may be mistaken for the other. My interest lies in how forms might relate to its psychology and the conditions or context within which it becomes plausible.