Drip pOp is part of a continuing investigation into the relationships between painting, cartoon animation, and the body.
These new works explore elements of installation to speak to our body and it's relationship to space. They explode beyond the boundaries of 'the frame' - expanding, stretching and distorting with tension and gravity. Optical patterning and devices are used in juxtaposition with materiality to playfully evoke a sense of contradiction, while also creating a connection between our own bodily sensations and the cartoon form.
Drip pOp aims to involve the viewer’s active participation in the work through exploring and testing space and illusion through movement.