I was invited to be part of a group exhibition at the Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery titled Ins and Outs which runs coinciding with First Coat Art and Music Festival. I wanted to explore the idea of impermanence, or nothing lasts forever as graffiti comes and goes either by people tagging over things or just age. I researched the phrase "the writing's on the wall" which came from the Belthazar's Feast tale in the bible about an arrogant king whose days are numbered and as a reminder a message was miraculously inscribed on the wall. So I designed an elaborate piece which was animated by the help of my good friend Armand Pranoto from www.ruang-sempurna.com to be projected in the gallery space.
I'm pleased to inform that this piece has become a part of the 3rd edition of the Typism community book. The spread pictured below alongside the work of my former classmate and type doctor Barry Spencer photo credit to Nicole Phillips