James Hunting: born 1964: London.
James has continued personal work since, investigating cloth and stitch.
the work- represents the output of research and enquiry into the act of making, the purpose and role of cloth made without a function in mind, and a redefined understanding of the place of such cloth-
It can disrupt, it ‘queers’ and unnerves by its existence-
the question ‘what is it for?’ becomes redundant and superfluous, the viewer has to create their own acceptance of its existence-
the cloth is made to be handled- folded, hidden, cut, furthered , altered and enter a continuum of existence.
an un-purposed cloth
invites the viewer
to dialogue with potential
a framework of function.
Contact James on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
james makes cloths, the function of these is to occupy space and create doorways to otherness