In all these works camouflage relates to form transformation and illusions of materiality - they appear to be constructed from a base-material other than plastic. Some sculptures are wrapped in fabric. Pattern jumps off their surfaces, breaking up shape, rendering the base-structures unrecognisable. The guns re-appropriate children's toys. Combat designs transform them from harmless playthings into menacing weapons, reflecting on child desensitisation to violence. The panels use digital pixilation to render landscape.
Image: Mark Booth, 40.90-90° (digi-green), 2016, PVC pipe, nylon netting, 56x68x60cm; courtesy of the artist