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James Reed

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ABOVE IMAGE : Pharmakon Forest - ( Detail, as work is made of five panels) Medium: Coal (Wakkerstroom Glossopteridales) on compressed wood pulp(Pinus Patula, Pinus Caribea and Pinus Radiata).2003. Dimensions: Five Units: Total length 7m, Each Unit (L) . 1200mm x (H) 950 mm x (D) 20mm.

ABOVE IMAGE : - Barometric Distillation No. 2 - (Eucalypermian) Medium : Coal (Wakkerstroom lossopteridales), blue gum leaves (Eucalyptus Globulus Myrtaceae), vaseline, vinegar, perspex, bronze, resin, zinc-plated steel and steel riggings. 2003. Dimensions: (H) 3000mm x (W) 400mm x (D) 300mm. - - - RIGHT IMAGE - Suspended Sentence (part 1and 2) - Medium : Brooms, shamboks, perspex, resin, steel, vinegar, Port Jackson Willow (Acacia Cyclops) and coal (Wakkerstroom Glossopteridales) 2003. Dimensions: Of whole installation: (L) 7m x (H) 2.7m x (D) 2.5 m

The processes I use to construct form and conceptualise experience involve the examination of possibility and uncertainty. Uncertainty and possibility are intrinsically linked. Uncertainty instigates inquiry and intellectual exploration becomes unavoidable. Perceptions are altered bythe various paths taken to try and re-establish ?possible? certainty. The observable forms (created along the way) are the by products of this inner distillation process. Creating form is the way in which we make sense of an ever-changing, shifting world.

James Reed
P.O. Box 675
Simonstown
7995
Cape Town
South Africa
Africa

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