Patterson's practice is driven by everyday experiences in the suburban environment and he uses a variety of mediums flexibly and interchangeably. He has an interest in observation and marking units and passage of time.
Patterson, sitting alone in a fast food restaurant, chews handfuls of french fries, spits out the chewed potato, and forms the material into a tower.
Stones are enveloped by the artist's body.
The artist fills a public toilet with toilet paper, sets it alight, lets it burn, flushes it away, cleans the bowl, and leaves.
Patterson, fresh from the shower, a towel still around his waist, attempts a spontaneous action, through the windows of his bathroom.
AURA Festival of Artist Moving Images
A 7-day festival of screenings, installations, and performance, all dedicated to artists working in the moving image.
Personal Space: Artist Cinema Commissions 2019
What do we call "Home"? What are our shared foundations and values? When you think about yours, what does it look like, and what will it look like in the future? What does home mean to you?