Wax, pigmented jesmonite, glass, powder-coated steel frames. 115 x 88cm.
Series of five. 2018-2019

Cowlick, installation C.A.N. Neuchatel

Cowlick, installation view, Village Lawyer, CAN Centre d'Art Neuchatel, 2018 (solo)

Five molds are licked – cast, re-cast, and embedded in pigmented jesmonite (grey, blue) and wax (cream, cream) – by the tongues of a herd of Charolais cattle. These are framed by five transaction windows with Speak-Through holes positioned in relation to the relief sculpture. An accompanying text, a sestina titled Marilyn Makes Futures, by Holly Pester is commissioned.

Village Lawyer, Markus Luettgen, Dusseldorf, 2019 (solo); Village Lawyer, CAN, Centre d'art Neuchatel, 2018 (solo); 'Chris Evans & Pak Sheung Chuen, Two Exhibitions', Para Site, Hong Kong, 2017

ArtReview Asia, Autumn 2017