Andrew Clarke explores the liminal realm between sleep and wakefulness. Soundscapes, cutouts, projections and collages convey a heightened sense of strangeness and fragility, imbued with a sense of dreamy discombobulation that is both mesmerising and unsettling.
Works are produced through a build-up of processes in different media - from installation to film to photography to painting and back to installation. The figures that emerge exist in a confusing and atomised world where individuals lack the ability to control or influence their surroundings. Warped and distorted, ethereal and anchorless, they are random actors in an unscripted drama, suspended in time and space.