slowness shifting IV
Approx 1200m Handtorn Masking Tape
HEADLAND SCULPTURE ON THE GULF - WAIHEKE ISLAND 2013
When putting in my proposal for The Headland show I visited the walk and noticed the old neglected shed in full view of the path as you come around one of the first corners.
In the past the organisers have tried to hide the shed but I decided it would be an interesting challenge to transform it into a compelling object simply through giving it a second skin.
Then to play with perception around permanence by having the new surface sliding off it's partner, from flat to liquid, which gives the painter's masking tape a chance to mimic the qualities of paint itself.