Louise H Todd - Work by Weaze
A conceptual artist specialising in site-specific response, who relishes the opportunity to immerse and lose herself within the creative portal of discovery. As with Anti-form, expression can change, embracing chance and organic forms. Photography features heavily, capturing beauty within every day life and frequently the starting point within absorption, sometimes leading to writing too.
Keeping a completely open mind, freed from any preconceived ideas, ready to explore and develop the multitude of ideas that spring from new input. Creating work to interpret sights/sites, sounds and occurrences that focus on the indeterminate qualities inherent in the overlooked and unobserved, hidden in full sight, such as a puddle, discarded object, reflection or shadow; embracing the Japanese tradition of Wabi Sabi (an aesthetic view of transience and the beauty of imperfection).
“Through my practice I want the subject to not only be seen, but felt by the onlooker, to see what I see, hear what I hear and feel what I feel. Ambiguous qualities in my work are important, they are a journey of visual and experienced feelings.”