tri mushrooms 2011
Phosphorescent fungi is a natural occuring phenomena that appear in the darkest places of damp wooded environments.
Captivated by the luminous colours that stay in the memory long after the fungi has decomposed this work focuses on the
appearance of varied guises during the fungi lifespan.
An installed floor piece of various elements, resting upon a floaterly white circle are three triangular wooden structures (the trees of
the wooded environment) are three triangular canvas structures covered in fluorescent paint that refers to the phosporescence.
Inbetween these opposing tri structures are decomposed dried fungi. The whole piece unifies to suggest an
aesthetic reminiscent of a clockface with an undefined yet existed time.
materials used: canvas, paint, wire, wood, wool, fine line pen, plant fleecing, dried fungi, ink.