"...we're in a state where anything goes. But there are still boundaries about what can and cannot be art." (Playing to The Gallery, Perry 2014).
I approached my sketchbook thinking about the idea of disconnection and anonymity in a crowded city environment - the displacement of an identity among the masses. In its development the urban experience could be seen as a sort of psychogeographic Big Bang orchestrated by the inescapable cacophony of people and cars, trams and trains. I wanted to contrast this anonymity and insanity with the exclusiveness and hierarchical nature of the gallery, and the importance of identity in the larger art world.
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