His work is meshed with, threaded into, his own life 1
The aim of this work is to make stop-making sense. The event of a death and its aftermath is a dominant theme.
In the attempt to find my voice, early solo works were akin to concepts and forms in performance art, site-specific, task-based and durational. Consequently, I led Psychological Art Circus in making visual theatre drawn from the stories of Anna O, Olive Pixley and the Oracle; and began scoring work with loop-based audio.
I am currently developing two shows thematically and technically interconnected with the web, a conclusion to my roles of host and online publisher since the turn of the millennium.
1. Izhar, Siraj. Interviewed by David Lillington for ‘Myles Stawman’ review. Art Monthly