Abi Charlesworth

 

Pointer (2019)
Plaster and printed silk.
Dimensions variable.

In the work ‘Pointer’ the piece plays upon our perceptions of reality and the two-dimensional asking ourselves to close the gap between digital and physical experience. The photograph of grass is printed on silk allowing a form of translucency to occur. While the material plays and distorts the image it becomes a screen saver to the digital pointer. The pointer itself is extruded into something physical that references our own need for tactile experience.