Billy created ‘Walk with me until you are invisible’ at home in Romford whilst attending the Brit School, Croydon.
Gormley’s work ‘Field’ was a primary influence for my work.
Field is a large congregation of hundreds of simple clay creatures. Being an ambiguous piece, there are multiple perspectives on the piece but personally I believe Gormley is challenging how simplicity in multiples can have a grand effect.
My work relates to this theory, as my work challenges how simple objects or actions can be perspectively manipulated to create an unintended effect. Both the film installation and physical artwork represent the idea of multiples as the film describes the process of the repetition taking place and the physical artwork proves the altered effect.
I think a common trend for all of the artists stated above is the ambiguity present in their work. I try to make all of my work ambiguous and keep the concept simple whilst creating my work to allow for freedom within process.
I then like to look at my work as an audience member and create a concept with more complexity. This allows my work to become relateable with audience members. The ambiguous nature of my work also allows viewers to create their own personal relation and response with the work.