Stuart Mel Wilson

Showing all 5 results

UNITED KINGDOM, 1986

Stuart Mel Wilson is interested in the contradictions that exist between the aspirations of the artist and the realities of working in an age in which art has been knocked off the pedestal it once stood upon as an exemplar of the ‘highest’ virtues. Ideas of craft are intertwined with those of science and philosophy in an attempt to subvert the viewer’s preconceptions on the distinction between the certainty of facts and the aesthetic constructions of art. His intention is to prompt, through the use of humour and absurdity, an anxious realisation that all meaning is provisional and not absolute.