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All things splinter and collapse (Panel 1), ink on paper, 2015
All things splinter and collapse (Panel 1), ink on paper, 2015
Protest Crowd, Yemen (2), ink on paper, 2012
Protest Crowd, Yemen (2), ink on paper, 2012
Protest Crowd, Occupy, NY (Version 2), ink on paper, 2015
Protest Crowd, Occupy, NY (Version 2), ink on paper, 2015
Installation View of Protest Crowd, Ukraine, 2015. Ink on canvas. 195 x 130 cm
Installation View of Protest Crowd, Ukraine, 2015. Ink on canvas. 195 x 130 cm
web_2015-10-0896490 1.jpg
web_2015-10-0896489 1.jpg
All things splinter and collapse (Panel 1), ink on paper, 2015
All things splinter and collapse (Panel 1), ink on paper, 2015All things splinter and collapse (Panel 1), ink on paper, 2015
Protest Crowd, Yemen (2), ink on paper, 2012
Protest Crowd, Yemen (2), ink on paper, 2012Protest Crowd, Yemen (2), ink on paper, 2012People coming together – en masse – has a rich potency that can be both compelling and unsettling, whether witnessed as a spectator or experienced as ‘one of the crowd’. Crowds assemble or congregate in large, defined central urban communal spaces like squares, plazas, or parks to celebrate, commemorate as well as demonstrate. Crowds are places to hide in and can offer a platform for expression ranging from freedom to fear. The crowd is singular, but it denotes a multitude of individuals who have gathered to express a unified voice. Crowd is both noun and verb.
Protest Crowd, Occupy, NY (Version 2), ink on paper, 2015
Protest Crowd, Occupy, NY (Version 2), ink on paper, 2015Protest Crowd, Occupy, NY (Version 2), ink on paper, 2015
Installation View of Protest Crowd, Ukraine, 2015. Ink on canvas. 195 x 130 cm
Installation View of Protest Crowd, Ukraine, 2015. Ink on canvas. 195 x 130 cm
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