Video installation as part of the group exhibition The Most Beautiful Things Cannot Be Seen
Community Gallery, South Square Centre, Thornton, Bradford, 8 February – 2 March 2014
Curated by Samina Mathew
The show is themed around the work of William Morris. My film shows swirling lines of foam on the River Tees, and refers to characteristic spiral forms in Morris’s graphic work that place Morris in a line of thinking (derived from Goethe) in which the world is seen as a series of vital forces and flows, with motion as an underlying principle pointing towards universal form.