Andrew Miller – You can take a horse to water but you can’t make it drink – You, Me, Something Else – GOMA – Forum for Critical Inquiry – 2011

It is hard to look at Andrew Miller’s work, You can take a horse to water but you can’t make it drink, without being reminded of Michael Craig-Martin’s seminal piece, An Oak Tree (1974). Craig-Martin’s work similarly contained a glass of water, however his sat on a glass shelf. He used the semiotic argument that … Continue reading

Robert Morris – Box with the Sound of its Own Making – 1961 – Henry Coombes – December 2011

For my work with Henry Coombes I have created a video that focuses on the sound of the process I went through to create my sculpture. For the work we were using plaster, wood, scrim, paper and PVA glue. This meant there was a rich diversity of sounds such as water, the rough scrap of … Continue reading