Silver Fox — Black Fringe

Langford120 Melbourne — 2015

Disrupting the black square, thousands of polished steel shafts amass on the surfaces of Silver Fox and Black Fringe. Razor sharp end-points contrast with the seductive beauty and illusion of fragility. Glistening and tempting touch, the objects stimulate a chemistry of aesthetics. Ideas of stealth, status, wisdom and charm arise from the processes of segregation, manipulation and control. A quiet sense of unease and latent anarchy permeates the artworks. At any time, the media and image can shift and slide, camouflage, or change direction. From the allure of silver fox to the geometric fringe, these steel-clad works render the arts of seduction and disruption.