Saturday, 21 November 2009
Justin Wiggan, Brotherhood of the order of the wing, 2006
Wiggan’s work uses medias of phonics, text, film, object changing and drawing to make interface solutions to problems that only he has have created.
These artifacts and documents are a reaction to the shouts, screams, shrieks, wails, hoots, howls, death rattles and sobs that are all soaked up by his surrounding unfinished structure of space. His body of work engages to this swollen cityscape and space, discovering the links between the internal tourist and the external explorer. His investigations embrace of a sense of evolution and eradication of a problem that goes way beyond cultural breakdown, addressing the problem with an end of a system.