Laverack

Sometimes I make work under the name of ‘Laverack’.

His personal statement is:

My work questions notions of an autocratic artist and institutional hierarchies.In my opinion, we have become saturated in the performance and visual art sectors by sticky people, those who are curated and always programmed. To me, this presents a big problem to how I view galleries and theatres, as they became transfixed on specific artists (sticky people). At the same time, however, it still gives me the drive to try and attempt something else, something other than this concept. This is the justification for why my work remains grounded and modest, combining my personal experiences of local family life with the aesthetic of the human body. My work contains rules, orders, and structures: retaining always an originality and authenticity to who I am and my own personal history