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About

Artist-in-residence: Asa Wright Nature Centre and Triangle Trust/Caribbean Contemporary Arts (CCA7), Trinidad; Civitella Ranieri, Italy; Triangle Trust, Uist, Scotland; Vermont Studio Centre, Skowhegan, and Virginia Centre for the Arts, USA; Gruber Jez Foundation, Mexico; Fellow at Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, USA.

Visual and installation artist. Born Trinidad, West Indies 1960. Spent formative years practicing as a painter in watercolors and oils.

 

Studied at Parsons School or Design, New York and Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA and Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Canada.

Comb to the Wind, 2003

Found weathered agricultural machinery parts, whisky bottles, cut metal, wire. Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Selection

Out of the Past

2004

Cut oil paintings, agricultural mesh

Installation: CCA7, Trinidad

Show: Lighting the Shadow, Curated by Claire Tancons

Tear and Burn

2004

Series of photographs

Trinidad

Constellation

2004

Aluminum sheeting from newspaper printing, agricultural mesh

Show: Landings I, Cholul, Mexico

Curated by Juan Duran

Acknowledgement: Foundation Gruber Jez

Praise

2004

Aluminum sheeting from newspaper printing, scaffolding

Show: Landings, Cholul, Mexico

Curated by Juan Duran

Acknowledgement: Foundation Gruber Jez

and Virginia Centre for the Arts

2001

Plastic mesh, found glass bottles

Acknowledgements:

Civitelli Ranieri / UNESCO-Aschberg

 

 

Fog

2001

Silk, steel, wire rope

Installation: CCA7

Part of solo exhibition "Symbols of Endurance"

Justice

2003

Found weathered agricultural machinery parts, whisky bottles, cut metal, wire

Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Sound recording: Ian Stephen

Acknowledgements: Triangle Trust and CCA7

Comb to the Wind

2003

Fabric, poles

Acknowledgement: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

The Passion

2002

Limestone plaster, pigments / Fresco

Acknowledgement: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Archipelago

2001

Found objects, plastic, bamboo, ethnographic study/text on wall

Installation: CCA7

Part of solo exhibition "Symbols of Endurance"

Mirage