Greggs Pastiche. 1st sketch for an idea I have for a project about the North of England and being a ‘Northerner’ and the sterotypes, clichés and prejudices associated with being ‘from up north’. This first piece of work will be based upon pasties (a hot pastry filled with a range of savoury ingredients) from a baker’s called Greggs. There is a stereotype that Northerners/Poor white folk eat many a pasty or pie as part of their diet - colloquially known as “Pie Eaters”. This art work will also be a homage to a piece by the artist William Pope. L - his piece entitled ‘Map of the World’. My title is ‘Greggs Pastiche’ - pasty - pastiche/homage … get it!
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Drawings by Kurt Vonnegut long kept in storage are getting the monograph treatment with a new publication of his playful, line-driven art. Kurt Vonnegut Drawings, coming next month from the Monacel…
Denmark - Studio work - in the process of working on ideas for a collaborative project based upon Neo-Liberal culture and the philosophy of Ayn Rand.
Cynical Advice by William Powhida. Work on paper, 2012.
Myself & Dai Chenlian, the Beijing based multidisciplinary artist, celebrating a job well done at the Springhouse Exhibition, Haus H, Dresden, 2013.
An overview of the powerful trope of the empty gallery space and its use in recent art. Featuring Yves Klein, Michael Asher, Maria Eichhorn, David Hammons, Stanley Brouwn, Robert Barry, Robert Irwin, Chris Burden and Roman Ondak
Another rendering of Slaughterhouse Five Motherfucker at an alternative location for Dlectricity - 70 W Alexandrine Street, Detroit City.
A rendering of my video installation, Slaughterhouse Five Motherfucker, to be shown in Detroit City as part of Dlectricity. September 26th -27th, 2014.
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