Prison of History

As many in the world began to ‘celebrate’ the experience of World War I rather than reflect on its tragedy and, as this ‘celebration’ masked in the guise of a ‘commemoration’, completely ignored the oft spoken  (and written) words “Never Again”, I wanted to create a work that reflected on the unnecessary loss  and, soon after, aspirations for universal peace… aspirations which, I feel, should be given centre stage for the survival of our children and our world.    

“The Prison of History or the Poetry of Possibilites”.  Limited edition print – edition of 10. 1.2 X 2.5 metres.