STUDIES IN PERMANANCE (Series of Objects)

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STUDIES IN PERMANANCE I (2017)Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 310 x 410 x 310 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE I (2017)Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 310 x 410 x 310 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE II (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 420 x 340 x 500 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE II (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 420 x 340 x 500 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE III (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 440 x 450 x 560 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE III (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 440 x 450 x 560 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE IV (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 500 x 480 x 390 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE IV (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 500 x 480 x 390 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE V (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 400 x 610 x 490 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE V (2017) Unique piece (Lamp) Lead and Concrete 400 x 610 x 490 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE VI (2017) Unique piece (Bench) Lead and Concrete 750 x 1290 x 680 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE VI (2017) Unique piece (Bench) Lead and Concrete 750 x 1290 x 680 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE VI (2017) Unique piece (Bench) Lead and Concrete 750 x 1290 x 680 mm Available from Gallery Fumi
STUDIES IN PERMANANCE VI (2017)Unique piece (Bench) Lead and Concrete 750 x 1290 x 680 mm Available from Gallery Fumi

A body of work exploring two core materials, lead and concrete. Solid, rectilinear concrete and fluid, pliable lead, combine in a series of sculptural lamps and benches. The heaviest element, lead in this state is extraordinarily malleable, almost vulnerable. Grounded by the absolute mass of concrete. Two materials of innate permanence separated and connected by their contrasting forms. The light created accentuates this contrast – complex yet beguiling silhouettes emerge from simple shadow. Gravity – a third unseen element is at work. The lead both succumbs by sitting heavily, and attempts flight against the dense and weighty concrete. No two works are alike, each a unique Study in Permanence.