Friday, 22 October 2010

David Borrington

recently been referred to david borrington by my tutor. He creates a range of prints dealing mainly with the way he interacts with the world through his dsylexia and dyspraxia. "My work shows the historic grandeur of an unfamiliar civilisation – the location, language and temporal context of which is unclear.

I aim to confuse the viewer in a manner similar to how I feel and cope in everyday situations. To me, objects have a tactility and are aesthetically interesting but difficult to comprehend. My work operates in a similar way; it is highly detailed and familiar in its symbolism and yet it is also obscure."

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