By VAUGHAN HANNIGAN | Published: March 6, 2013
In column titled “A Thousand Words” for Port Magazine, Giles opens up about the concepts that surround some of his recent work:
This image is taken from a series of four (so far), and each contains a sequence of 15 images exploring and documenting the evolution of a colour pallet. They’re made using inks in water, distributed in various ways by currents. The series is a progression from a very clean, precise graphic work documenting pallet I made immediately before this. I’m still developing the work. For me, heading down to Covent Garden for the early shift to pick flowers, to the bacon butty in the cafe all adds to the experience of creating the image.
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