100 pages - 9 x 9cm


Edition of 20


November 2017



In order to appreciate the mundane, we must remove these objects or experiences from the everyday context in which they are familiar. We must learn to value the aesthetics of the ordinary. This can only be achieved not by looking, but through seeing. It is important to develop an understanding of the objects that we are so commonly associated, this is accomplished by raising the status of the everyday into the visual world. White Plates places a banal object with a seemingly bland aesthetic into a new context, challenging the notion that the plate solely exists as a functional object.  The purpose of the plate shifts from practical to aesthetic. Presenting multiplicities of this common object illustrated through repetition, there is emphasis on the value of the mundane.


a dash of the diabolical.

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