The faults in me





From the serie The Faults In Me: East Winds, Feed, Preparation, Tailless Cat

The figures & objects from The Faults In Me are often spectres of landmarks and fictitious characters gathered from a combination of self adopted folklore and found resource material. Mark's intent has been to create a feeling of uneasiness and tension for the viewer within the landscapes with an uncanny composite of forms and symbolism. The viewer is given subtle cues to a possible narrative where the traditional notions of time do not apply as if it is a fabricated collage of still frames with no delineation between the chronological order in which they exist.

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