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Three days without water
Three Days Without Water – In the first series of an ongoing relationship with the ordinary and everyday objects in our shared or isolated lives, I’m encouraging interaction with some of the objects that define me as an individual. These are the things that I might reach for in different times of my day yet do so automatically, without much thought. For example, ‘Maldon Sea Salt’ goes on pretty much everything I eat which, when given further analysis, acts in some way as my maintained and physical connection to Europe – the salt from the sea is an essential part of my physicality.
‘Three Days Without Water’ – it goes without saying that we need water to survive but there is a further concept that goes, 3 minutes, 3 days, 3 weeks. Each is how long the human body, on average, can survive for without their respective ingests: 3 minutes without oxygen; 3 days without water; 3 weeks without food. As someone that has spent decades living and working in mountainous regions, water (and access to it) is the thing for me that I must represent.
The first series consists of twenty original, framed, paintings all at the same size of 34 x 34 x 5cm.
Artist quality acrylic paint on museum quality stretched linen. The painting also includes a unique numbered hologram certificate of authenticity and is framed with a rounded-edge rose oak floating frame which is ready to hang, signed on the back.
34cm (W) x 34cm (H) x 5 cm (D)