My practice takes many forms. So too does daily life. Using many forms is a necessity – they all interconnect, and give you a better chance of articulating the wider picture of whatever it is I’m trying to say. I don’t believe in miracles. I work in slippers and wear shoes to go to the shops. The shops are my work too: B&Q, the off-license, or Tesco. Public transport is a box full of people: the best studio I’ve ever had. All my work is about the tragedy of my own certain demise. When I die the world will pop like a spit bubble in a baby’s mouth. Apologies.
Mathew Sawyer 2017
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