Ainsley Brown

East London

I have attempted to rid my work of redundancy. Anything, I feel is, superfluous is emitted and what is left is a true representation of thought, emotion or statement. At times the finished piece is a shorthand version of the idea, and can be followed as narrative structure, other times it takes a more abstract form: at no time is it left to chance.

I wrote this quickly but I must confess that I had to delete some parts that were redundant. And originally I used both the words 'work' and 'form' in quick succesion. I am still interested in possibilities of post-modernism and the reflective mode.