"Ivy Blue attempts to amplify questions about the psychological interplay between the subject depicted, the site of performance, and how the work unfolds in interaction with the viewer. There is a strange, psycho-sexual dimension that continuously forms and collapses between the three screens, forever teasing the viewer with the slow release promise of imminent rupture.”
A figure crouches over a lawn ripping out handfuls of grass.
Three scenes convey a haunting intensity; the sense that something bad has happened, or is about to happen.
In a series of tableaux, scenes of fantasy, domesticity and religion overlap.
A single day in the life of David, a young man caught between domesticity and a fantastical imagination of self-hood