'Stick a Fork in it'- Visual Arts Centre, Austin, TX

This cap is your cap (again)  2017. Cotton, metal. 350cm x 350cm x 250cm

This cap is your cap (again) 2017. Cotton, metal. 350cm x 350cm x 250cm

This cap is your cap (again)(in exhibition)  2017. Cotton, metal. 350cm x 350cm x 250cm

This cap is your cap (again)(in exhibition) 2017. Cotton, metal. 350cm x 350cm x 250cm

BRYAN (make some noise)  2017. Cotton, metal. 350cm x 350cm x 250cm

BRYAN (make some noise) 2017. Cotton, metal. 350cm x 350cm x 250cm

'Stick a Fork in it'  (Installation photo) 2017. 

'Stick a Fork in it' (Installation photo) 2017. 

 

Press Release for 'Stick a Fork in it'

The world has seen an increasing amount of changes to beliefs and social systems. The realm of sport offers a refuge and a simple model for lifestyle, behaviour and relationships. It espouses values that are now found with politics, business and family. We yearn to belong to something bigger then oneself. A power is achieved through this collectivism. This equates to an individuals' self-worth and control within his own personal sphere. Our collectivism is defined more and more by what we are against, than what we are for. Conflict and antagonism, born from a mutated form of binary competition, is now our discourse.