Evolving Stagnation reflects on Paul Klee’s Colour Theory, utilising gradients of blue and orange tones.
The gradual variation of colours supports and amplifies the concepts of change and permanence. The
durable structure of the polycarbonate and the perpetual ink continue to build on these ideas; the
polycarbonate, being transparent, scratchable, and light reflective, addresses ideas of change; the ink
being opaque, holds its shape, speaking to notions of permanence. The two bodies of work in Evolving
Stagnation are installed in opposition to one another; one floats, hung from the ceiling 5mm apart as a
set at eye level; the other is presented as a stacked set, one upon the other on a plinth.